humaneness

  • 1humaneness — index benevolence (disposition to do good), charity, clemency, philanthropy Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2humaneness — humaniškumas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Žmoniškumas, žmogaus meilė, rūpinimasis žmogumi, žmogaus orumo gerbimas. kilmė lot. humanus – žmoniškas atitikmenys: angl. humaneness; humanity vok. Humanität, f rus. гуманизм …

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  • 3humaneness — humane ► ADJECTIVE 1) having or showing compassion or benevolence. 2) formal (of a branch of learning) intended to civilize. DERIVATIVES humanely adverb humaneness noun …

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  • 4Humaneness — Humane Hu*mane , a. [L. humanus: cf. F. humain. See {Human}.] 1. Pertaining to man; human. [Obs.] Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] 2. Having the feelings and inclinations creditable to man; having a disposition to treat other human beings or animals… …

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  • 5humaneness — noun see humane …

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  • 6humaneness — See humanely. * * * …

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  • 7humaneness — noun The property of being humane …

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  • 8humaneness — hu·mane·ness || hjuː meɪnnɪs n. mercifulness, compassionateness; kindness, benevolence …

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  • 9humaneness — hu·mane·ness …

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  • 10humaneness — noun the quality of compassion or consideration for others (people or animals) • Ant: ↑inhumaneness • Derivationally related forms: ↑humane • Topics: ↑animal, ↑animate being, ↑beast, ↑brute …

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  • 11De (Chinese) — Taoism portal Taoism …

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  • 12Confucianism — The Dacheng Hall, the main hall of the Temple of Confucius in Qufu …

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  • 13Yamazaki Ansai — Infobox Philosopher region = Japan era = Early Tokugawa Era color = #B0C4DE image caption = Yamazaki Ansai name = Yamazaki Ansai birth = January 24, 1619, Kyoto death = September 16, 1682. Kyoto school tradition = Buddhism, Neo Confucianism,… …

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  • 14Bantu peoples — ethnic group group=Bantu poptime= popplace=Sub Saharan Africa rels= langs= Bantu languages related=Bantu is the name of a large category of African languages. It also is used as a general label for over 400 ethnic groups in Sub Saharan Africa,… …

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  • 15Tao — For other uses, see Tao (disambiguation). dao redirects here. For other uses, see DAO (disambiguation). Taoism This article is part of a series on Taoism …

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  • 16Leadership — Leader redirects here. For other uses, see Leader (disambiguation). For other uses, see Leadership (disambiguation). Psychology …

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  • 17Huashu — The Huashu (zh stpw |s=化书|t=化書|p= Huàshū |w= Hua Shu ), or Book of Transformations, is a 930 CE Daoist classic about neidan internal alchemy , psychological subjectivity, and spiritual transformation. In the description of Poul Andersen,The… …

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  • 18Lupekapukeahomakalii — Lupekapukeahomakaliokinai, a Oahuan high chief, was the King Consort of Oahu, being the husband of Kalaimanuia, 12th Alii Aimoku of Oahu. He was the co ruler of the island along with his wife, making him fitting of the Western title King Consort …

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  • 19Zhang Zai — or Chang Tsai born 1020, Chang an, China died 1077, China Realist philosopher of the Song dynasty. The son of a magistrate, he studied Buddhism and Daoism before being inspired by the Confucian classics. In his Cheng meng, he declared the… …

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  • 20clemency — clem·en·cy / kle mən sē/ n pl cies 1: willingness or ability to moderate the severity of a punishment (as a sentence) 2: an act or instance of mercy, compassion, or forgiveness see also amnesty, commute …

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