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Humanitas est copia proprietatum distinctarum, inter quas ratio, sensus, virtus, conscientia, dignitas, quae hominibus naturaliter esse solent.

Notio humanitatis a Cicerone decreta est. Apud Heautontimorumenos, Publius Terentius Afer dixit: "Homo sum, nihil humani alienum puto."

Respectus humanitatis humanismus appellatur. Origo ad humanitarianismus et humanitarium belli ius dedit.? Violatio humanitatis facinus contra humanitatem appellatur.

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