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Routledge, 19‏/10‏/2006 - 160 من الصفحات

Definitions of humanism as educational movement, philosophical concept or existential ‘life stance’ have evolved over the centuries as the term has been adopted for a variety of cultural and political purposes and contexts, and reactions against humanism have contributed to movements such as structuralism, postmodernism and postcolonialism.

Tony Davies offers a clear introduction to the many uses of this influential yet complex concept, and this second edition extends his discussion to include:

  • a wide-ranging history of the development of the term and its influences
  • the implications of debates around humanism and post-humanism for political, religious and environmental activism
  • discussion of the key figures in humanist debate from Erasmus and Milton to Heidegger, Foucault and Chomsky

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Tony Davies was formerly Professor and Head of the English Department at the University of Birmingham, from which he recently retired. He has edited Milton s poetry and prose, and written on renaissance and modern literature, literary theory and the teaching of English.

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