The word Neo-Humanism designates a concept of general education which draws its orientation primarily from Greek culture of the 5th and 4th cent. BC. It was coined to make a distinction between German Humanism of the 19th cent. and the international Latin Renaissance Humanism, or 'older humanism', of the 15th and 16th cents.. The goal of this general education was the …
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Landfester, Manfred (Gießen RWG),
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