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Humanism in Indian Philosophy

Humanism in Indian Philosophy

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The term humanism does not stand for a single, well-defined concept. It means different things in different periods of man’s cultural history; it has also meant, and continues to mean, different things to writers and thinkers of diverse persuasion. However, in its most general connotation, humanism signifies a cluster of more or less vaguely defined attitude and intellectual prejudices that characterized the European mind during the period called the renaissance. The renaissance stood, in the first instance, for the revival of classical studies and the adoption of attitude and values that had prevailed in the Greco-Roman world. The humanistic spirit continued to grow and develop during the centuries after renaissance, and constitutes an important undercurrent of varied modern out look on man’s life and destiny.

  • Author: Bernard D'sa
  • Pages: 38
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Size: 5x8
  • Publishing Date: Jan. 20, 2016
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Language: English

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