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The Concept of Uncompromising Humanism
Knowledge as the foundation for an enabling and enabled society
Widmer, Hans

308 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-907625-71-2
Verlag: Rüffer & Rub Sachbuchverlag
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The Concept of Uncompromising Humanism

Uncompromising Humanism is the kind of idealism that begins with knowledge, the defining quality of humankind. Only that which has its basis in reality is viable—the idea of the world endorsed by the world. Proceeding from a priori intuitions to hyperstases, the Concept of Uncompromising Humanism inevitably results in the following: individual happiness need not fail any more than bold dreams, provided that human beings are enabled, know what there is to be known, and set their sights beyond the short term. Societies are enabling when individuals decide for themselves what is possible for them to decide; the same applies to the community, province, state; and states thus exist to serve the development of their citizens.

Hans Widmer

Hans Widmer, né en 1940, a étudié le génie mécanique à l'ETH de Zurich et obtenu le doctorat en ingénierie nucléaire au MIT. Après plusieurs étapes en tant que PDG d'entreprises multinationales, il a repris une entreprise de mécanique industrielle. Il est père de quatre enfants et vit avec sa famille dans les environs de Zurich.

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