Humanity

Humanity may refer to:

  • The human species
    • The total world population
  • Human nature, psychological characteristics that all normal humans have in common
  • The human condition, the totality of experience of existing as a human
  • Humanity (virtue), a set of strengths focused on “tending and befriending others”
  • The humanities, academic disciplines which study the human condition using analytic, critical, or speculative methods
  • Humanity+, an international non-governmental organization advocating the use of emerging technologies to enhance human capacities
  • Humanity Declaration, a statement made by Japan's Emperor Hirohito at the end of World War II
  • Kingdom of Humanity, a micronation
  • Statue of Humanity, a statue in Kars, Turkey
  • Religion of Humanity, a secular religion created by Auguste Comte
  • Church of Humanity, a church influenced by the Religion of Humanity above
  • Humanity's Team, a spiritual movement developed following the 9/11 events

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Famous quotes containing the word humanity:

    I have been to see Henry James, and like him very much. It was a great pleasure to meet him. It makes humanity seem more erect and respectable. I never was more kindly and faithfully catechised. It made me respect myself more to be thought worthy of such wise questions.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Hearing, seeing and understanding each other, humanity from one end of the earth to the other now lives simultaneously, omnipresent like a god thanks to its own creative ability. And, thanks to its victory over space and time, it would now be splendidly united for all time, if it were not confused again and again by that fatal delusion which causes humankind to keep on destroying this grandiose unity and to destroy itself with the same resources which gave it power over the elements.
    Stefan Zweig (18811942)

    A map of the world that does not include Utopia is not worth even glancing at, for it leaves out the one country at which Humanity is always landing.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)