Humanism is a philosophical and ethical stance that emphasizes the value and agency of human beings, individually and collectively, and generally prefers critical thinking and evidence over acceptance of dogma or superstition. The meaning of the term “humanism” has fluctuated according to the successive intellectual movements which have identified with it.

At its core, humanism is about putting people first. It’s about giving equal consideration to all human beings, regardless of race, religion, gender, or any other superficial differences. Humanists believe that every person has the potential to make the world a better place, and that this can only be achieved if people are encouraged to reach their full potential.

Humanism is a response to the negative aspects of religious and political extremism, which often devalue the worth of human life. Rather than promoting blind obedience to authority, humanism advocates for free and open-minded inquiry, so that people can make informed decisions about the world around them.

One of the key principles of humanism is the idea of the dignity of every person. Humanists believe that every person has inherent worth and value, simply by virtue of being human. This means that every person deserves to be treated with respect, and that everyone has the right to live a life that is free from oppression and exploitation.

Another important aspect of humanism is its focus on reason and science. Humanists believe that the natural world is the best place to look for answers to the questions that people have about the world. They believe that scientific inquiry, when conducted openly and objectively, can help us understand the universe and our place within it.

In conclusion, humanism is a powerful and inspiring philosophy that values the worth of every human being. It is a call to action for people to come together and make the world a better place, by putting the needs and desires of all people at the forefront of everything we do. Through its focus on reason, science, and the dignity of every person, humanism offers us a roadmap for creating a more just, equitable, and peaceful world for all.


Published by ANKIT VERMA

I believe in love and relationship because that's the thing in our life that give us a motivation to do anything. Otherwise there's nothing to do because there's big blank if someone ask question like for what ? For example you got lot of money and there's no one around you then what you do with that answer is what ? Blank. SO relation is must dose'n matter it's positive or negative but it must.

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