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Neo Humanist Education Course

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NHE, blends together the ancient values of highly evolved scientists with the fast advancements of modern science.  And expands the human love for humans to animals and plants. 

Neohumanism is a holistic philosophical theory proposed by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar to promote individual and collective progress. In this philosophy universalism plays a central role. It claims to elevate humanism to level of universalism.[1] It claims not to have any grouping intention. 

Neohumanist Education (NHE) is firmly rooted in the philosophy and principles of Neohumanism, which stands for “the practice of love for all creation including plants, animals, and the inanimate world” as propounded by the Indian philosopher Shrii P.R. Sarkar. NHE incorporates a harmonious blending of oriental introversial philosophy and occidental extroversial science. Its methodology is flexible, creative and culturally sensitive, making it adaptable to different cultures and parts of the world.