Definition of human scientist in English:

human scientist


  • See human science

    • ‘Economists and other human scientists can reflect intelligently on present conditions and can tell useful stories about the past.’
    • ‘The theory has been known to human scientists since the twentieth century.’
    • ‘This study was designed to improve substantially on previous attempts to define literary universals by drawing upon theory and methods used by human scientists to fruitfully explore and explain human universals.’
    • ‘As a human scientist and an anthropologist I hold that some explanations are demonstrably better than others.’
    • ‘The results of this research have relevance to literary scholars and to human scientists.’