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dehumanization

deehyooh muh nuh zay shuhn

  • n  the act of degrading people with respect to their best qualities
    science has been blamed for the dehumanization of modern life

  • Although they see dangers of unemployment and dehumanization, solid majorities feel that the computer revolution will ultimately raise production and therefore living standards (67 .
  • Having struggled for his dignity as an African American, he was still subject to the dehumanization implicit in homophobia.
  • However, with regard to surpassing mere dehumanization and crossing over into the realm of actual horrific conduct, I believe I limited my above commentary to the actions of a few .
News & Articles

  • Review: AUP's At Home at the Zoo
    Acting Up fails to investigate Edward Albee's core themes and concerns in a superficial production of his At Home at the Zoo . by Katelyn Coyne Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo builds on his better-known The Zoo Story (1959), in which two strangers in a park, Peter and Jerry, talk about isolation, miscommunication and dehumanization, among other nihilistic tropes. Albee's new first act to The ...
    Oct. 29, 2013 - Nuvo
Quotes

  • Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe Guardian
    We are not a threat to international peace, not a threat to our region,President Mugabe added. "We are hearing words from the white lips of regimes with a cruel history of imperialism and the blatant dehumanization of our people."
  • Al Sharpton in New York Times
    They were sent there solely for that reason,Mr. Sharpton said. "To make money to pay her debt. It was just so clear that they were nothing but property. The complete dehumanization - I don't think I fully understood it until this hit...

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