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's philosophical dictionary defined as a state of well educated habits stemming from love of humanity a state of being productive of benefit to humans just as prometheus human
academy's philosophical dictionary listed as a state of well educated habits stemming from love of humanity a state of being productive of benefit to humans a state of grace
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needed the most conventional modern definition according to whom is private initiatives for public good focusing on quality of life this quote needs a citation this combines the social scientific
not talking about rich people helping poor people but about private initiatives for public good focusing on quality of life the united states of america was thus conceived and dedicated
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expressions of renaissance humanist philosophy is pico della mirandola 's famous 15th century oration on the dignity of man which echoes the philanthropic myth of human creation though with
was revived with renaissance humanism and informed pico della mirandola's famous 15th century oration on the dignity of man the word entered english in the early 17th century sir
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of zeus philanthropic was also associated with freedom and democracy both socrates and the laws of athens were described as philanthropic and democratic the replacement of classical civilization
freedom and democracy philanthropic and democratic became a common tag both socrates and the laws of athens were later referred to as being philanthropic and democratic the idea
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classical philanthropy edit the ancient greek view of philanthropy—that the love of what it is to be human is the essential nature and purpose of humanity culture and
mathematics the play asserted that civilization arose from a mythic love of what it is to be human all the arts come from prometheus lines 505 6 there
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the one employed by lester salamon who defines philanthropy as the private giving of time or valuables money security property for public purposes and or one form
robert payton's voluntary action for the public good lester salamon's the private giving of time or valuables for public purposes and robert bremner's the aim of philanthropy
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private initiatives for private good focusing on material prosperity and government public initiatives for public good focusing on law and order these distinctions have been analyzed
philanthropy with its entire previous history this distinguishes it from government public initiatives for public good and business private initiatives for private good omitting the definite
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the original humanistic tradition and serves to contrast philanthropy with business private initiatives for private good focusing on material prosperity and government public initiatives for public
distinguishes it from government public initiatives for public good and business private initiatives for private good omitting the definite article the with public good avoids the
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the service or goods provided a conventional modern definition is private initiatives for the public good focusing on quality of life which combines an original humanistic
on quality of life the humanistic aspect thus john gardner's private initiatives for the public good robert payton's voluntary action for the public good lester salamon's
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goodness defined his subject as the affecting of the weal of men what the grecians call philanthropy henry cockeram in his english dictionary 1623 cited philanthropy
goodness 1608 defined it as the affecting of the weale of men what the grecians call philanthropía sir henry cockeram in his first english dictionary 1623
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all other animals by being a civilization with the power to complete their own creation through education self development and culture civic development expressed in
of the human condition by endowing humans with the capacity to complete their own creation to improve themselves and their ways of life through education
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civilization and blind hope optimism together they would be used to improve the human condition to save mankind from destruction thus in the perspective of
optimistic with optimism fire would be put to good use to improve the human condition what exactly did prometheus love certainly not his creatures individually
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philanthropic and his 1608 essay on goodness defined his subject as the affecting of the weal of men what the grecians call philanthropy henry cockeram
francis bacon in his essay on goodness 1608 defined it as the affecting of the weale of men what the grecians call philanthropía sir henry
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both socrates and the laws of athens were described as philanthropic and democratic the replacement of classical civilization by christianity replaced philanthropy with christian
the laws of athens were later referred to as being philanthropic and democratic the idea was that philanthropic humans can be entrusted with the
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an educational and cultural ideal citation originally appeared attached to the scottish enlightenment in the modern philanthropy section but is clearly rather associated with
be the key to human happiness and well being from the scottish enlightenment in particular it was channeled into the thought of many of
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rebelled against the tyranny of zeus philanthropic was also associated with freedom and democracy both socrates and the laws of athens were described as
punished it came also to be associated by the greeks with freedom and democracy philanthropic and democratic became a common tag both socrates and
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words ï†î¯î î¿ï‚ philos loving in the sense of benefitting caring for nourishing and ἄî½î¸ïï‰ï€î¿ï‚ anthropos human being in the sense of humanity or
no individuality what he loved in the sense of cherishing caring for nourishing and developing it was human potential what humans could make for
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single word humanity which was also understood to be the core of liberal education study humanities the studies of humanity or simply the humanities
encyclos or universal and paideia learning which was the essential core of liberal education as it was classically conceived proving this entire argument is
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the private giving of time or valuables money security property for public purposes and or one form of income of private non profit organizations
good lester salamon's the private giving of time or valuables for public purposes and robert bremner's the aim of philanthropy is improvement in the
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and francis hutcheson who proposed that philanthropy is the essential key to human happiness conceived as a kind of fitness living in harmony with
be so essential in human nature as to be the key to human happiness and well being from the scottish enlightenment in particular it
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a philanthropic attitude toward the disadvantaged this new social activism was channeled into the establishment of charitable organizations these proliferated from the middle of
and well being from the scottish enlightenment in particular it was channeled into the thought of many of our founding fathers on both conceptual
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of the weal of men what the grecians call philanthropy henry cockeram in his english dictionary 1623 cited philanthropy as a synonym for humanity
the weale of men what the grecians call philanthropía sir henry cockeram in his first english dictionary 1623 used philanthropie as a synonym for
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charity selfless love valued for salvation philanthropy was modernized by sir francis bacon in the 1600s who is largely credited with preventing the word
man the word entered english in the early 17th century sir francis bacon in his essay on goodness 1608 defined it as the affecting
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goal was excellence arete —the fullest self development of a body mind and spirit which is the essence of liberal education the platonic academy
areté or excellence the perfection of all our resources of body mind and spirit to make us more fully and effectively all that we
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the slave trade throughout the british empire at the turn of the 19th century andrew carnegie 's philanthropy puck magazine cartoon by louis dalrymple
classical view of philanthropy in america dissipated in the course of the 19th century as new and profound changes transformed our nation and classical
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an original humanistic tradition with a social scientific aspect developed in the 20th century the definition also serves to contrast philanthropy with business endeavors
long mainstream tradition the second which is social scientific arose in the 20th century and has tended to ignore that tradition the latter is
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7 2003 billions and billions served hundreds of millions donated the new york times retrieved 2008 07 28 national public radio announced yesterday that
kindly provided in personal communication by peter dobkin hall in the new york times was 1915 in a story on the first congressional investigation
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philanthropy henry cockeram in his english dictionary 1623 cited philanthropy as a synonym for humanity in latin humanities —thus reaffirming the classical formulation modern
henry cockeram in his first english dictionary 1623 used philanthropie as a synonym for humanitie in the classical sense but what does this classical
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the sense of humanity or human ness the first use of the noun form philanthrã´pã a came shortly thereafter c 390 bce in the
his personal or cultural values one of the earliest uses of the noun form philanthropía was in an early socratic dialogue euthyphro 390 bce
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in ending the slave trade throughout the british empire at the turn of the 19th century andrew carnegie 's philanthropy puck magazine cartoon by
profound changes transformed our nation and classical education declined around the turn of the 20th century philanthropy also took a new turn as great
(4 words, 15 characters)

from greek ï†î¹î î±î½î¸ïï‰ï€î¯î± means etymologically the love of humanity in the sense of caring nourishing developing and enhancing what it means to be
any culture there could be no individuality what he loved in the sense of cherishing caring for nourishing and developing it was human potential
(4 words, 15 characters)

to the navy by 1763 the society had recruited over 10 000 men and it was incorporated by an act of parliament in 1772
newspaper the philadelphia gazette franklin raised a volunteer army of 10 000 men and £6 000 to solve the problem as the son of
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sense of caring nourishing developing and enhancing what it means to be human in this meaning it involves both the benefactor in their identifying
improve the human condition by further loving what it is to be human in effect prometheus philanthropy endowed humans with the capacity to be
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philanthropy reconsidered private initiatives public good quality of life a catalogue for philanthropy publication bloomington in usa authorhouse self published pp 1–21 isbn
what is philanthropy catalogue for philanthropy jump to navigation main menu charity search about us book
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men what the grecians call philanthropy henry cockeram in his english dictionary 1623 cited philanthropy as a synonym for humanity in latin humanities
the grecians call philanthropía sir henry cockeram in his first english dictionary 1623 used philanthropie as a synonym for humanitie in the classical
(3 words, 23 characters)

emerging in diverse cultural and economic contexts zunz olivier 2011 philanthropy in america a history politics and society in twentieth century america princeton
hope squarely in the promethean tradition the classical view of philanthropy in america dissipated in the course of the 19th century as new
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the first century bce both paideia and philanthrã´pã a were translated into latin by the single word humanity which was also understood to
is the fact that both paideia and philanthropía were later translated into latin as one word humanitas with the fall of the roman
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usage in american english better source needed the precise meaning of philanthropy is still a matter of some contention its definition being largely
or valuables for public purposes and robert bremner's the aim of philanthropy is improvement in the quality of human life may be combined
(3 words, 18 characters)

philanthropy wikipedia philanthropy from wikipedia the free encyclopedia jump to navigation search for other uses see philanthropy disambiguation philanthropist redirects here
what is philanthropy catalogue for philanthropy jump to navigation main menu charity search about us book blog discoveries donate
(3 words, 18 characters)

the classical… section lester charles edwards 1883 lester's history of the united states illustrated in its five great periods colonization consolidation development achievement
private initiatives for public good focusing on quality of life the united states of america was thus conceived and dedicated to be a
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call philanthropy henry cockeram in his english dictionary 1623 cited philanthropy as a synonym for humanity in latin humanities —thus reaffirming the classical
the interface of the sector with donors referred not to philanthropy as a whole but to their individual charity employers when we launched
(3 words, 17 characters)

his vast contemplative ends expressed his philanthropic and his 1608 essay on goodness defined his subject as the affecting of the weal of
in the early 17th century sir francis bacon in his essay on goodness 1608 defined it as the affecting of the weale of
(3 words, 17 characters)

listeners was his philanthrã´pã a in the first century bce both paideia and philanthrã´pã a were translated into latin by the single word
classically conceived proving this entire argument is the fact that both paideia and philanthropía were later translated into latin as one word humanitas
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that his pouring out of his thoughts freely without charge to his listeners was his philanthrã´pã a in the first century bce both
in which socrates himself says that pouring out his thoughts to his listeners without pay is his philanthropía the synonymy of education and
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the reward experienced from helping others may be deeply ingrained in human nature emerging in diverse cultural and economic contexts zunz olivier 2011
ethical precept of the enlightenment considered to be so essential in human nature as to be the key to human happiness and well
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amount of effectiv sic accommodation andrew carnegie and the reform of the american library journal of the society of architectural historians 1991 50
1710 bonifacius an essay to do good a philanthropic precursor of the american revolution occurred in 1747 when franklin privately assumed a public
(3 words, 15 characters)

to remove this template message the word was first coined as an adjective by the playwright aeschylus in prometheus bound 5th century bce
as a verb referring to the act of giving but as an adjective describing the character of the benefactor his personal or cultural
(3 words, 15 characters)

gift of $165 million was intended to narrow the gap between the two schools his millions along with an additional $37 million from
being revived the catalogue for philanthropy has advocated a balance between the two for their mutual benefit accordingly philanthropy is best defined as
(3 words, 15 characters)

the establishment of charitable organizations these proliferated from the middle of the century which this emerging upper class fashion for benevolence resulted in
philanthropy to make it technically more sophisticated by the end of the century professional staffs of foundations and charities were dominated by people
(3 words, 14 characters)

were distinguished from all other animals by being a civilization with the power to complete their own creation through education self development and
democratic the idea was that philanthropic humans can be entrusted with the power of government and will be capable of governing themselves it
(3 words, 14 characters)

troops for having given to the earliest proto humans who had no culture fire symbolizing technological civilization and blind hope optimism together they
created mankind out of clay but his creatures at first had no culture no knowledge skills arts science technology etc so they lived
(3 words, 14 characters)

billion from azim premji an indian it business leader sometimes referred to as india's bill gates via a 12 stake in his it
tag both socrates and the laws of athens were later referred to as being philanthropic and democratic the idea was that philanthropic humans
(3 words, 14 characters)

proto humans who had no culture fire symbolizing technological civilization and blind hope optimism together they would be used to improve the human
gifts fire symbolizing all culture arts sciences knowledge technology etc and blind hope or optimism they were mutually reinforcing with fire mankind could
(3 words, 14 characters)

self development of a body mind and spirit which is the essence of liberal education the platonic academy 's philosophical dictionary defined philanthropy
instance loved was what the play was asserting to be the essence of humanity what it is to be human namely the capacities
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ashton james claire e norton michael i 2013 prosocial spending and well being cross cultural evidence for a psychological universal print online journal
human nature as to be the key to human happiness and well being from the scottish enlightenment in particular it was channeled into
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university in cairo voluntary action history society various research into the history of charity philanthropy and voluntary organisations ulib iupui edu joseph and
is one of the most profound and influential ideas in the history of western thought originating 2500 years ago and as of recently
(3 words, 14 characters)

humanity in the sense of caring nourishing developing and enhancing what it means to be human in this meaning it involves both the
the word because it was pedantic pompous and nobody knows what it means instead most professionals advising us preferred the catalogue for giving
(3 words, 13 characters)

to australia crown resorts will pump $200 million into charities over the next ten years the daily telegraph retrieved 25 july 2014 o
buildings fire departments everything had to be done by volunteers over the next 150 years a culture of collaboration arose in which as
(3 words, 13 characters)

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