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

Slim, Hugo

2000

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  • 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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