“1. The humanism of G.H. von Wright, illustrated in the use that he made of Pico della Mirandola’s Oration on the Dignity of Man. Contrast between two views of human nature: humanist (Pico) and naturalist (Kepler).
Consideration of third view: supernaturalist. Anthropomorphism (applying to non-humans predicates appropriate only to human beings) may seem an ally of humanism: in fact it is its enemy. Anthropomorphic error takes five forms: biological, zoological, technological,
institutional, and theological.”