The humanities traditionally encompass those disciplines which pierce to the core of the human condition: philosophy, music, art, language and literature, religion, ethics, jurisprudence, and history. But the field of study for the humanities is becoming increasingly wider as the definitions of what constitutes and shapes “culture” broaden; some branches of the social sciences for instance, such as anthropology, political science, psychology, or archaeology, may also inform how the human person and the culture to which he or she belongs is to be understood.
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