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"A Meaning for Humanism" by Joseph Wood Krutch
In "A Meaning for Humanism," Joseph Wood Krutch mentions there are two types of people in the world, "geometers" and "humanists." He explains how "geometers" or scientists are starting to replace literature, reason, and purpose. Humanists believe in literature, philosophy, and facts not in things that can be measured and statistics like geometers. With the geometers taking over people are unable to rest on value and reason, the basis for humanism. Krutch continues to explain a parable at the end of his writing that compares humanism to a simpleton and geometers to three wise men. By u…
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