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Modernity meant that humankind as a whole had come into view, that one could conceive of cultural development, economic progress, interreligious understanding and elevation of the downtrodden as global processes.
This relates to my altruistic reason for being a communicator: to help save humankind from self-inflicted destruction by viewing media in a different way, where we take greater responsibility for the messages we write.
A trust meant to bolster the development of educational and scientific research and ensure that the benefits of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site extend to all Gauteng communities, has been launched.
Part of the "Perspectives in Continental Philosophy" series, Nietzsche's Animal Philosophy: Culture, Politics, and the Animality of the Human Being is a thoughtful re-examination of Nietzsche's views on culture, civilization, politics, morality, and the animalistic nature of humankind.
Responding to a most unusual advertisement, he and eight others are offered an unusual proposition: work together for several months to develop a unifying philosophy for humankind, the better to give hope to an increasingly divided world.
With the birth of agriculture around 10,000 years ago, humankind formed settlements and abandoned its nomadic ways.
Wells' seminal classic of the battle for the future of humankind through the eyes of one American family fighting to survive it.
The article "Howling at the Moon," (Currents, January/February 2005) is environmentalist propaganda, and howls the false gospels of peace, harmony and joy between humankind and large carnivores.
Neither is it moral discrimination, which, as sentient beings, humankind possessed already prior to the fall.
Once again, a young hero who must save society is featured, and Lowry's tale will make readers ponder the nature of humankind, the value of caring and sacrifice, and the kind of civilization to which we might aspire.
That is a goal that has eluded humankind from its beginning.