Definition of Humanhood
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Humanhood
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Republic: A Discourse of the Prospects, Dangers, Duties and Safeties by Thomas Lake Harris (1891)
"Humanly he is a germ that cannot grow excepting as it finds a substance and form of humanhood that shall serve as environment. ..."
2. Journal of Social Science by Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Frederick Stanley Root, American Social Science Association, Isaac Franklin Russell (1881)
"Only thru " les hours " of daily toil can mankind rise and dwel in their higher humanhood, and acquire sufficient strength to seize and hold that larger ..."
3. Journal of Social Science: Containing the Proceedings of the American by American Social Science Association, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Frederick Stanley Root (1882)
"Only thru " les hours " of daily toil can mankind rise aud dwel in their higher humanhood, and acquire sufficient strength to seize aud hold that larger ..."
4. The Christian Science Journal by Mary Baker Eddy (1895)
"A certain coincident of true humanhood must be uniform kindliness of demeanor toward, and a careful consideration of, the rights and prerogatives of others. ..."
5. Poverty and Un-British Rule in India by Dadabhai Naoroji (1901)
"... of this very right of humanhood for which they are so proud for themselves, that they reduced the people of India from humanhood to beasts of burden, ..."
6. The Elements of Individualism: A Series of Lectures by William Maccall (1847)
"When a man is faithful to his humanhood, he not merely runs counter to his age, ... If a man attempt to benefit humanity by being faithful to his humanhood, ..."
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