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Humanity may refer to:

The condition of being human[edit]

  • Humanity (virtue), a set of strengths focused on "tending others"
  • Humanities, academic disciplines which study the human condition using analytic, critical, or speculative methods
  • The human species
  • The human condition, the totality of experience of existing as a human
  • Human nature, psychological characteristics that members of the humans species have in common


Other uses[edit]

  • Humanity (film), a 1916 American silent film directed by Broncho Billy Anderson
  • Humanity+, an international non-governmental organization advocating the use of emerging technologies to enhance human capacities
  • Humanity Declaration, a statement made by Japan's Emperor Hirohito at the end of World War II
  • Humanity Dick Martin (1754–1834), an Irish politician and animal rights activist
  • Humanity First, an international charitable trust established to promote and safeguard the preservation of human life and dignity
  • Humanity World International, a nonprofit, non-denominational international volunteering and intern organization based in Accra, Ghana
  • Kingdom of Humanity, a micronation in the Spratly Islands from 1914–1963
  • Religion of Humanity, a secular religion created by Auguste Comte
  • Statue of Humanity, a 2009 statue in Kars, Turkey




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