The Philosophy of Humanity


Human philosophy talks about self-empowerment and working towards making the society a better place. It is the nature of humans to make sure there is peace and harmony among them, and all set goals and objectives in life are achieved (Louv, 2012).

Argument 1

Ether is something very delicate with no impurities, which connects everything. It cannot be seen, heard, tasted, and its smell cannot be perceived. In A Source Book of Chinese Philosophy, it is viewed in different ways like nature, universal love and compassion among others. Being humane is being kind to other people and animals (Chan, 2008). With humanity, one should be able to love others and treat everyone equally. Therefore, Ether and humanity both talk about doing well to others and loving everyone even if he/she is an enemy. This enhances peace and unity thus connecting everyone positively (Davies, 2009).

Argument 2

Humanity is showing kindness to animals and fellow humans. It is natural for one to be kind and desire to do well to others. Unfortunately, not all humans do well; this is because they do not exercise the principle of nature. This tells us that humans’ desire and the principle of nature differ. The difference comes about, because the human desire is dependent on, but nature does not depend on human desire (Chan, 2008).

Argument 3

Humanity can be kept alive by renewing our good deeds daily. A good idea about something can be maintained by daily thinking about it and planning on how to implement it. Thinking and planning is a way of renewing it; otherwise, the idea will be of no good. Daily renovation is keeping every good deed alive by renewing and doing away with evil (Louv, 2012).


These three topics conform to the philosophy of humanity. For instance, renewing the good is enhanced by the power of ether and humanity such that it enables the growth and maturity of an individual putting into practice the principle of nature (Davies, 2009).

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