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Humanism

Humanism is an approach in study, philosophy, world view or practice that focuses on human values and concerns. This category regards any type of humanism, as well as questions about famous humanists.

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What is the significance of human rights in our lives?

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Basic Human Rights should be given the most significant and most important place in a Human Society. According to the teachings of all holy Prophets (May peace be upon them all), all human beings are the offspring of a single couple - Hazrat Adam May peace be upon him), and Hazrat Eve (May peace be upon her). They are equal in the eyes of their Creator, Almighty God (Allah in Arabic). They must be given the basic Rights in all societies, irrespective of their color, creed, country, religion etc. There should be no discrimination on the basis of such factors. No government or society should violate the right of life, property, liberty, freedom of speech, freedom of movement, equal chances of making progress, right to get education, right to get justice etc. Murder, maltreatment, insult, injury, abuse, slavery, forced migration, aggression, harassment, threat, intimidation, injustice, discrimination on the basis of color, creed, country, etc. are gross human rights violations.

How did the writing of petrarch boccaccio and machiavelli demonstrate and values of humanism?

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Petrarch wrote sonnets about Laura, an ideal woman; Boccaccio wrote about the follies of his characters in the decameron,

and Machiavelli wrote about the imperfect conduct of humans in the prince.

Why was humanism Made?

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Because you were born

How might a Renaissance painter convey humanism?

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by using famous greek philosophers as subject

How might a renaissance architect convey humanism?

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By reviving a classical Roman-style dome

Which factor was emphasized by the philosophy of humanism?

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value of the individual

Why humanism important?

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Humanism is important the the Renaissance because it gave everyone a new outlook on life, they focused more on themselver and human nature rather then religion.

How did the teachings of humanism weaken power of the church?

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because the answer is figured out self