Definition of Human activity

1. Noun. Something that people do or cause to happen.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Human Activity

huma
human
human-centered
human-centred
human-computer interaction
human-pyramid
human-readable
human T-cell leukaemia virus
human T-cell leukemia virus-1
human T-cell lymphoma/leukaemia virus
human T-cell lymphotropic virus
human T lymphotrophic virus
human a1-proteinase inhibitor
human action
human activities
human activity (current term)
human antihemophilic factor
human antihemophilic fraction
human babesiosis
human behaviour
human being
human beings
human body
human botfly
human botfly myiasis
human chattel
human cheese
human chorionic gonadotrophin
human chorionic gonadotropin
human chorionic somatomammotropic hormone

Literary usage of Human activity

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Works of Orville Dewey, D.D.: With a Biographical Sketch by Orville Dewey (1883)
"Now, out of this basis spring certain forms of human activity. These are to be considered in this lecture ; and the conditions of that activity, ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"They taught that, in Jesus, there was no human activity; that the activity of the human nature was merged into the activity of the divine; that, in Jesus, ..."

3. Pragmatism and Idealism by William Caldwell (1913)
"CHAPTER IV PRAGMATISM AND human activity IT requires now but a slight degree of penetration ... I mean human activity in general, inclusive of the highest ..."

4. A System of Christian Doctrine by Isaac August Dorner (1890)
"Relation of the Holy Spirit to human activity in tht, Work of Grace. Divine and human activity are united in producing the work of grace, but in such a way ..."

5. The Methodist Review (1879)
"But human activity is conditioned by consciousness and purpose, ... Now, we have just the same proof that its extra-human activity is intel- ..."

6. Human Geography: An Attempt at a Positive Classification, Principles and by Jean Brunhes, Isaiah Bowman, Richard Elwood Dodge, Irville Charles Le Compte (1920)
"Similar forms of human activity correspond in reality to very different geographical cases. ... And yet, from the point of view of human activity, they are, ..."

7. The Cause of Business Depressions as Disclosed by an Analysis of the Basic by Hugo Bilgram, Louis Edward Levy (1914)
"Motives of human activity.—Before entering upon the examination of the relations between men arising in the course of their co-operative efforts, ..."

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