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Alan Yates
Communications: Towards A New Humanism
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Renaissance humanism is the study of classical antiquity, at first in Italy and then spreading across Western Europe in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries. The term humanism is contemporary to that period, while Renaissance humanism is a retronym used to distinguish it from later humanist developments. Renaissance humanism was a response to the utilitarian approach and what came to be depicted as the "narrow pedantry" associated with medieval scholasticism.

Towards a New Humanism. Project status: 2010, Pre-2010. Why do we simply fail to establish a more human society in South Africa? In spite of lofty expectations of a better life for all, of the restoration of human dignity, of a society free from discrimination, inequality, racism, sexism, corruption, self-enrichment and fear, we, in 2010, apparently are further removed from this ideal than in 1994. Human lives seem rather to have become cheaper. The excitement of a new beginning has begun to make way for the disillusioning realisation that large sections of the old dispensation are stubbornly maintained and that the errors of the past are being repeated.

Humanism: Humanism, system of education and mode of inquiry that arose in Italy in the late 13th century and later spread through western Europe. Also known as Renaissance humanism, the historical program was so broadly and profoundly influential that it is one of the chief reasons why the Renaissance is viewed as a distinct historical period. Indeed, though the word Renaissance is of more recent coinage, the fundamental idea of that period as one of renewal and reawakening is humanistic in origin.

As a result, architects are told to minimise their footprint on the earth, rather than stamping their vision on the planet. The Manifesto: Towards a New Humanism in Architecture rejects the deadening hand of conservative thinking in favour of exploration, experimentation and freedom of expression. Launched on the 70th anniversary of Andre Breton and Leon Trotsky’s ‘Manifesto: Towards a Free Revolutionary Art’ this manifesto takes inspiration from the radical, avant-gardism of the past, but has a clear eye focussed firmly on the future.

10 - Towards a new humanism. Susan Frank Parsons, East Midlands Ministry Training Course, Nottingham. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. On the other hand, it is from this moral sense that women may recognise and speak of the different possibilities of morality, which may yet serve human life in new ways.

SECOND: Humanism believes that man is a part of nature and that he has emerged as a result of a continuous process. THIRD: Holding an organic view of life, humanists find that the traditional dualism of mind and body must be rejected. FOURTH: Humanism recognizes that man’s religious culture and civilization, as clearly depicted by anthropology and history, are the product of a gradual development due to his interaction with his natural environment and with his social heritage. The individual born into a particular culture is largely molded by that culture. Hankins-Professor of Economics and Sociology, Smith College. A. Eustace Haydon-Professor of History of Religions, University of Chicago.

Humanism is an ambiguous term widely applied to various philosophies, world views or practices which focus on human values and concerns. The most commonly cited variety, often called secular humanism in the United States, refers to a non-religious worldview which espouses reason, ethics, justice, generally attaching primary importance to human rather than divine or supernatural matters, specifically rejecting religious dogma as a basis of morality and decision-making

New Theory of Vision. The distance from us of the objects of sight. The Main Work (1709). This, it is said, is how we perceive distance when we look with only one eye. 1. New Theory of Vision. 7. It’s clear that here again we are not relying on experience. It is a certain, necessary truth that the nearer the direct rays falling on the eye approach to being parallel the further away is the point of their intersection, .


A1 Hardware/Software - Bridging the Gap 29:25
A2 Man The Communicator 29:25
B1 The Mass Media And Social Values: Images And Their Cultivation 29:25
B2 The New Religion 29:25
C1 The Message Is Mayhem 29:25
C2 Nightmares In The Nursery 29:25
D1 Cultivating The Differences 29:25
D2 Diversity In The Global Village 29:25
E1 From Plato To Playboy 29:25
E2 The Meanings of Meanings 29:25
F1 Confirmation Or Consternation 29:25
F2 The Solicitation, Elicitation And Proliferation Of Information 29:25
G1 The New Technology - A Look Ahead 29:25


The following is a summary and explanation of a thesis equivalent that takes the form of a series of radio programs on communications.

The project is an attempt to combine academic and journalistic approaches to a compre­hensive overview of current communications research; to examine the business and concerns of a major international communications conference with a view to translating the material into a form acceptable and interesting both to scholars in the field and to a wider lay audience.

The resulting thirteen half hour programs in the series have an underlying humanistic theme and, as communications resource material and radio broadcasts, deal with human communicative problems and concerns of wide universal interest.