Fidelity and Variation: Discerning the Development and Evolution of the Humanitarian Idea

Slim, Hugo

Volume 24, Issue 1. Spring Borrowing from Darwin and Newman, Slim proposes that we judge the evolution and development of the "humanitarian idea" by submitting it to a series of tests that allow us to discern healthy developments from corruption or decay.

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