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Non-violence, tolerance and freedom of conscience are considered important humanist principles of human coexistence. But are the actual questions of humanism: what is man? What is his true nature? How can the man be a man the people?” Humanism is the totality of ideas from humanity and after that of striving to improve human existence. The term is derived from the Latin terms of humanus (human) and humanitas (humanity). Humanism is based on the following fundamental principles: the happiness and well-being of the individual and of society form the highest value, where every action to Orient. The dignity of the human person, his personality and his life must be respected. The man has the ability to form and develop.

The creative powers of the people to thrive. Human society to guarantee the dignity and freedom of the individual in a progressive evolutionary. Humanity is the practical implementation of the ideas of humanism. These include the goodness, kindness, and compassion for the weaknesses of people, itself held to be his powerful and are reflected in the people themselves. u0085 In the narrower sense, intellectual climate of the 15th and 16th century advanced, are providing the scholasticism of the middle ages is known as humanism. One differentiates between the Renaissance as a the comprehensive cultural and social change between the middle ages and modern times and the humanism as the education movement, which is based on him.

Later formulated the developed parts of the people: the English Bill of rights (1689), they overcame the prevailing until then thought of the school and replaced it with the principle of parliamentary sovereignty. Thus was initiated the way political enforcement of human rights. The Declaration of independence of the United States (1776). Declaration of human and civic rights (1789). > Subjective rights are referred to as human rights, which is equally available to everyone. The concept of human rights and duties assumes that all people solely on the basis of their humanness with equal rights provided and that these egalitarian reasonable rights are universal, inalienable and indivisible.