Translation of anthropomorphism in Spanish:


antropomorfismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌænθrəpəˈmɔrfɪzəm/ /ˌanθrəpəˈmɔːfɪz(ə)m/


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    antropomorfismo masculine
    • Native Americans also felt a special kinship with bears because of many shared morphological and behavioral characteristics, which lent the bears more readily to anthropomorphism than other animals.
    • However, for God to address humans this way is anthropomorphism, for God accommodates human communication, and when we speak to one another this way, we do it without duplicity.
    • Never mind all the infantile anthropomorphism about how animals feel that will be bleated at this week's hearings.
    • The third section of the book deals with the important concept of anthropomorphism and how Scripture itself is to be handled.
    • He knew well enough the hazard of excessive anthropomorphism.
    • The equation of human and animal morality is, of course, anthropomorphism gone mad.
    • We can safely view the bacterium for what it is, a small biochemical machine, without having to steer the usual narrow passage between the twin perils of anthropomorphism and reductionism.
    • Lauren Child's spiky, sophisticated artwork offers an edgy alternative to the cosy anthropomorphism with which publishers tend to pad their lists.
    • On a related note, the concept and practice of anthropomorphism is not adequate to the task.
    • On the brilliant ‘Animal Kingdom’, he engages in a bit of anthropomorphism, drawing parallels between the laws of the jungle and the code of the streets.
    • The idea that other animals experience similar emotions to us is not anthropomorphism: it is based on sound scientific evidence.
    • The text offered a curious blend of scientific background and moralistic anthropomorphism.
    • These shifts have helped create what experts say is one of the most prominent attitudinal drivers of pet industry growth: the increasing anthropomorphism, or humanization, of pets by their owners.
    • Surely this is a case of anthropomorphism at its most absurd.
    • I guess anthropomorphism has always been an element in ancient religions.
    • His anthropomorphism continues as he elegantly notes the ‘retro quality of the sexual politics’ of the breeding industry that makes the males the valuable ones.
    • And our affection for animals, uninformed by experience of them, distorts our perceptions and inclines us toward anthropomorphism.
    • It wasn't particularly good science, but an exercise in anthropomorphism, giving snails an eroticism, for example, that one might never have anticipated.
    • He did go for the jugular, exaggerating facial features and specializing in a kind of reverse anthropomorphism: he turned men into beasts.
    • These works employ anthropomorphism of the most subtle sort, which some viewers might miss and others may register only subliminally.