Mankind.....
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-MANKIND: THE STORY OF ALL OF US-


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A Most Interesting And Informative Series, Aye.....



P.S. And Womankind Too, Of Course.....
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18 Nov 20 11:55 pm
Yeah....I get 'Mankind' refers to everyone but it feels more accurate to say Humankind. But anyway. A really good book about humanity is 'Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari.' Very informative and a real mind opener! ; - )
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Thanks, Karl...I'll check it out. ;)
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Karl wrote:
Yeah....I get 'Mankind' refers to everyone but it feels more accurate to say Humankind. But anyway. A really good book about humanity is 'Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari.' Very informative and a real mind opener! ; - )



If you're saying it feels more accurate to say "Humankind" because of the word "Man" don't forget that the word 'humankind" also includes the word "Man". A basic understanding of the Etymology of words will help 🦊
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05 Apr 21 7:52 pm
Point I was trying to make is you have Man and Woman but they are both Human. Considering that it feels more accurate to say Humankind because when someone says Mankind, to me it suggests only the male of the species. But then again....maybe I'm being pedantic? I don't know, it's just the first impression I get. In the book Sapiens the writer refers to humans simply as Sapiens.
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09 Apr 21 11:28 am
Etymology 101 🦊

Mankind (n.)
early 13c., man-kende, "the human race, humans collectively," from man (n.) ... For "menfolk, the masculine division of humanity, the male sex," menkind (late 14c.) and menskind (1590s) have been used. Mankind as "the human race" displaced earlier mankin (from Old English mancynn) which survived into 14c.

Humankind (n.)
"the human species," 1640s, from human + kind (n.). Originally two words. Middle English had humaigne lynage "humankind" (mid-15c.).

Humanity (n.) /hjʊˈmanɪti/
The word humanity is from the Latin humanitas for "human nature, kindness.” Humanity includes all the humans, but it can also refer to the kind feelings humans often have for each other.
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