of or pertaining to human beings or their span of existence on earth.
Also, anthropical.

1795–1805; < Greek anthrōpikós human. See anthropo-, -ic Unabridged
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anthropic (ænˈθrɒpɪk)
of or relating to human beings

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Word Origin & History

"pertaining to man," 1859, from Gk. anthropikos "human," from anthropos "male human being, man" (see anthropo-).
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Example sentences
Eternal inflation, therefore, neatly disposes of the anthropic problem.
The residual forcing that predicts our observably increasing global temperature
  is, now uniquely, anthropic.
Sites can contain various forms of evidence including cultural features,
  artifacts, or anthropic soils.
The anthropic disturbances varied considerably as to type, intensity, and
  duration before and after the park was established.
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