deification : Definition, Usages, News and More

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deification

dee uh fuh kay shuhn

  • n  the condition of being treated like a god
  • n  an embodiment of the qualities of a god
    the capitalists' deification of capital
  • n  the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god)

  • From deification to demonization, and every stage in between, attitudes toward cats have been confused, variable, peculiar, consuming, jittery and, ultimately, baffling.
  • No you're missing my point, which is that the celebrity culture leads to the deification of celebrities' boneheaded opinions solely because of their physical beauty.
  • Mormons also believe that men, in a process known as deification, may become God-like.
News & Articles

  • Film Review: The Internship
    The Internship | C   There is a significant distinction between product placement and product deification, a line effectively smudged by this predictable but effervescent buddy comedy about a pair of 40-something digital economy causalities, who attempt to reinvent themselves as Google interns. Having lost their gigs as watch salesmen because, well, people now just check the time on their cell ...
    June 11, 2013 - Detroit Metro Times
Quotes

  • Tushar Gandhi in Khabrein.info
    I thought this would lead to deification. So I appealed to the trustees to immerse the ashes,Tushar said.
  • Ian Kershaw in Vision Insights and New Horizons
    In his widely acclaimed biography of Hitler, historian Sir Ian Kershaw writes that by 1936, Hitler's "narcissistic self-glorification had swollen immeasurably under the impact of the near-deification projected upon him by his followers. By this time...
  • David Brooks in Wall Street Journal Blogs (blog)
    It was inevitable that the period of 'Yes We Can!' deification would come to an end,Brooks says. "It was not inevitable that Obama would now look so vulnerable."

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