Neohumanism is a holistic philosophical theory elaborated by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar in his 1982 book, The Liberation of Intellect: Neohumanism (ISBN 81-7252-168-5).[1]

With neohumanism, Sarkar redefines both humanity and humanism, as well as various commonly associated concepts. In addition, Sarkar introduces many new concepts intended to facilitate both individual and collective progress.

In this philosophy, universalism plays a central role. If humanism tends to only cover the human dimension in a human-centric view, neohumanism, according to Sarkar, is instead the elevation of humanism to universalism.[2] it can be defined as a stage beyond the other forms of religious bounded beliefs rather it concentrates over spiritual realm. It doesn’t have any grouped intention, rather it focuses on personal existence.  Read more