humanitarianism humanitarianism


  • (n) the doctrine that people's duty is to promote human welfare


  1. Among Democrats, hawkishness is out of fashion, but humanitarianism remains strong.
  2. His compassionate conservative agenda famously undercut Democratic claims to superior humanitarianism.
  3. On the other hand, yielding in the name of humanitarianism may only encourage more terrorism.


  • Here Is Naomi Watts in All Her Princess Diana Glory (or Is It Tina Brown?)

    The first look at the upcoming movie Diana—which is, yes, about Princess Diana and stars Naomi Watts—has everything you might expect from a Diana biopic. There will be beautiful gowns. There will be tabloids. There will be humanitarianism. And Watts's look is pretty spot-on, right down to that perfectly feathered mane, as long as you ignore the uncanny resemblance to Diana fanatic and Newsweek ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

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  1. In addition to his towering artistic achievements, Librarian of Congress James Billington mentioned that McCartney has also "made an impact far beyond music through his humanitarianism and activism around the world, which are emblematic of the...
    on May 24, 2010 By: James Billington Source: Lime Wire (blog)

  2. "Our only message is one of peace, of humanitarianism, of tolerance, a message of interacting with the people," Juanes said.
    on Aug 28, 2009 By: Juanes Source: Sify

  3. "He will transcend this game and bring to the world a humanitarianism which has never been known before," Earl Woods told the guests at the 1996 Fred Haskins Award dinner honoring his son as the nation's top collegiate player.
    on Apr 3, 2006 By: Earl Woods Source: (registration)

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