humanistic

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  • He received also a humanistic education, showing a major interest in music.
  • He is known for his humanistic approach towards justice system.
  • It is also the only university offering a degree programme in humanistic studies.
  • You can give humanistic value to almost anything by teaching it historically. Cited from Memories and Studies, by William James
  • For example, see the debate between structural social work and humanistic social work.
  • He helped his father with his business until he became consumed with enthusiasm for humanistic studies.
  • After the usual humanistic training he studied medicine, and took his doctor's degree at Paris.
  • He not only taught the humanistic subjects, but placed special emphasis on religious and physical education.
  • After the humanistic learning had spread to northern lands these opportunities were increased and improved. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • He is the author of numerous books and articles on humanistic psychology, education and human science research.
  • Buildings and facilities are built to be humanistic, offering an open and friendly study environment.
  • The school offers a humanistic education and is known to be rather liberal compared to other traditional secondary schools in the city.
  • Humanistic therapy has been on the rise in recent years and has been associated with numerous positive benefits.
  • The school offers students several extracurricular activities, in the sports, religious and humanistic areas.
  • However, humanistic psychology has involved scientific research of human behavior since its inception.
  • The humanistic approach places a great deal of emphasis on students' choice and control over the course of their education.
  • He did not receive a full humanistic education however; it is unclear how easily he read Latin.
  • Humanistic educators believe that both feelings and knowledge are important to the learning process.
  • Not only would they acquire this humanistic knowledge, they would also acquire other knowledge necessary for other jobs.
  • His great intellect and humanistic view helped him advance quickly.
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Meaning of humanistic

  • adjective Of or pertaining to renaissance humanism
    the humanistic revival of learning