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Anthropomorphism



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  1. Nigul says:
    Perhaps the most profound anthropomorphism is the depiction of God establishing a covenant, for the making of covenants is a very human activity. God enters into an agreement (covenant) with Israel at Sinai (Exod ), an outgrowth of an earlier covenant he had made with Abraham (Gen ).
  2. Malall says:
    How to pronounce anthropomorphism. How to say anthropomorphism. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.
  3. Vudokasa says:
    Anthropomorphism is the   attribution of human characteristics, emotions, and behaviors to animals or other non-human things (including objects, plants, and supernatural beings).  Some famous examples of anthropomorphism include Winnie the Pooh, the Little Engine that Could, and Simba from the movie  The Lion King.
  4. Gugal says:
    Anthropomorphism and Theism: If we were to interpret the impalpable and omni-present Energy, from which all things proceed, in terms of force, then, as Flake said, "there is scarcely less anthropomorphism lurking in the phrase `Infinite Power,' than in the phrase `Infinite Person.'".
  5. Zolozilkree says:
    Anthropomorphism Determining what constitutes anthropomorphism can be challenging, and even distinguished scholars may disagree. If a construction is in widespread use and its meaning is unambiguous, it is usually not anthropomorphic.
  6. Moogugore says:
    anthropomorphism (ăn'thrəpōmôr`fĭzəm) [Gr.,=having human form], in religion, conception of divinity as being in human form or having human characteristics. Anthropomorphism also applies to the ascription of human forms or characteristics to the divine spirits of things such as the winds and the rivers, events such as war and death, and abstractions such as love, beauty, strife, and hate.
  7. Mubei says:
    Anthropomorphism refers to something nonhuman behaving as human. Personification gives a human trait to something nonhuman or abstract. Understanding when to use personification vs. anthropomorphism will help you improve your use of figurative language.
  8. Fenrirn says:
    Anthropomorphism A form of personification in which human qualities are attributed to anything inhuman, usually a god, animal, object, or concept. In Vachel Lindsay’s “What the Rattlesnake Said,” for example, a snake describes the fears of his imagined prey. John Keats admires a star’s loving watchfulness (“with eternal lids apart”) in his sonnet “Bright Star, Would I Were as.
  9. Gukus says:
    anthropomorphism definition: 1. the showing or treating of animals, gods, and objects as if they are human in appearance. Learn more.

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