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Humanism may refer to ethical philosophies such as
- Religious humanism, an integration of humanist ethical philosophy with religious rituals and beliefs
- Secular humanism, embraces humanism while rejecting religious aspects
Humanism may also refer to:
- Civic Humanism, a form of republicanism inspired by the writings of classical antiquity
- Humanism (philosophy of education), a theory based on generation of knowledge, meaning and expertise
- Humanities, a group of academic disciplines and the educational philosophy associated with them
- Inclusive Humanism, a sensibility for our species, planet and lives elaborated by Dwight Gilbert Jones
- Marxist Humanism, a more liberal form of Marxism
- Neohumanism, a holistic philosophical theory elaborated by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar
- New Humanism, a literary criticism term associated with Irving Babbitt and Paul Elmer More
- Renaissance humanism, a collection of intellectual Greek and Roman teachings
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