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A review on education - Humanism

Author Affiliations

  • 1Dept. of Chemistry, D.S. Govt. Degree College for Women, Ongole, Andhra Pradesh, India

Res. J.Educational Sci., Volume 6, Issue (3), Pages 1-3, April,1 (2018)

Abstract

Humanism is a realistic way of life with kindness. Humanist morals are exclusively concerned with catering needs of both mankind and society. Human being evolved as social animal with materialistic sense, which has developed culture and civilization on which he is dependent again. Natural power designed a healthy society with the purpose of keeping mankind joyful and contented. The great mission of conquering such a healthy society depends on human happiness and self-satisfaction. So, it needs good education to develop such civilization in humanism. Humanism played a major role in education during the Renaissance, with the goal of cultivating the moral and intellectual character of citizens. So, this article narrates Humanist education is an important factor in the preparation of life. Its main goal is to improve the lives of citizens and help their communities.

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