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"We do not know whether the study of the humanities, of the noblest that has been said and thought, can do very much to humanize. We do not know; and surely there is something rather terrible in our doubt whether the study and delight a man finds in Shakespeare make him any less capable of organizing a concentration camp." --"To Civilize Our Gentlemen" (1965) by George Steiner

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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
  1. To make human; to give or cause to have the fundamental properties of a human.
  2. To make sympathetic or relatable.
  3. To become humane or civilized.
  4. To convert into something human or belonging to humans.
    to humanize vaccine lymph
    humanized monoclonal antibodies

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