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Definition of Humanistically
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Literary usage of Humanistically
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1. Collected Essays and Reviews by William James (1920)
"“Radium,” for example; humanistically, both the that and the what of it are ... But we believe that ultra-humanistically they existed ages before their ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"... those who do should receive a training qualitatively equal to that in any subjects whatever, and, above all, thoroughly but humanistically scientific. ..."
3. Thought and Expression in the Sixteenth Century by Henry Osborn Taylor (1920)
"The new learning is present throughout the smooth Latin exposition of this master of clarity; and the work is humanistically flavored with Greek words and ..."
4. A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts by George Saintsbury (1902)
"... either by his own studies or through Cheke, his critical impulses must have been excited humanistically long before the French had got beyond the merely ..."
5. The Masters of Modern French Criticism by Irving Babbitt (1912)
"Pater's prose has, however, less purity of contour than M. France's, nor would he have been capable, I believe, of reacting so humanistically on Hugo. ..."
6. John Calvin, the Organiser of Reformed Protestantism, 1509-1564: The by Williston Walker (1906)
"And it is clear, too, that, within the year following this experience, Calvin had become a leader in Evangelical, or at least humanistically reformatory, ..."
7. Modern Russian History: Being an Authoritative and Detailed History of by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kornilov (1917)
"... appears in the writings of panegyrical historians and~naive contemporary memoirists as that of an ideal reformer, humanistically inclined, who wished, ..."