Definition of Human process

1. Noun. A process in which human beings are involved.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Human Process

human leukocyte antigen
human lymphocyte antigen
human measles immune serum
human menopausal gonadotropin
human microphone
human movement
human nature
human normal immunoglobulin
human palaeontology
human paleontology
human pertussis immune serum
human plasma protein fraction
human process (current term)
human pyramid
human race
human relationship
human remains pouch
human reproductive cloning
human resources
human right
human rights
human sacrifice
human sacrifices
human scarlet fever immune serum
human serum
human serum jaundice

Literary usage of Human process

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

1. The Common Cause by John R. Meader (1911)
"'plex, but this is nothing to the point; for complex or simple, the issue in question is, what is the human process? The postulate laid down in Economic ..."

2. The Man-made World: Or, Our Androcentric Culture by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1911)
"But destruction is not a human process—merely a male process of eliminating the unfit. ... Greater than either is the human process, to develop fitness. ..."

3. The Works of Orestes A. Brownson by Orestes Augustus Brownson, Henry Francis Brownson (1883)
"Scriptural revelation is rather a Divine help to the human process. This human process is similar to what I have already described. ..."

4. Religion and Science: A Series of Sunday Lectures on the Relation of Natural by Joseph LeConte (1877)
"Scriptural revelation is rather a Divine help to the human process. This human process is similar to what I have already described. ..."

5. General Sociology: An Exposition of the Main Development in Sociological by Albion Woodbury Small (1905)
"... human mind is the ethics of all of the human process which men can know. The only maintainable scale of moral permissions and prohibitions is the scale ..."

6. The Meaning of Social Science by Albion Woodbury Small (1910)
"They could not see that the economic process is only a primary function within the whole human process. Their voice was the voice of philosophy. ..."

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