New research from Kellogg School of Management, University of Chicago Booth School of Business finds that people with strong social connections are more likely to dehumanize
those outside their social circles
people is always to demote them in a presupposed natural hierarchy.
All are efforts to dehumanize
God's greatest creation, the human being.
I suggest that there is much more at work in this passage than attempting to dehumanize
or show the guilt of the passengers.
Clinton said Srebrenica would remind ``every child in the world that pride in our own religious or ethnic heritage does not require or permit us to dehumanize
or kill those who are different''.
Such comparisons are calculated to diminish the significance of the Holocaust and to dehumanize
It addresses a very real failing of modern environmentalism, which for all its virtues, tends to dehumanize
and metaphorically depopulate.
Kaser accepts that financial issues are a large part of the policy process, she believes that discussions about reimbursements and tax credits dehumanize
the central issues of long-term care.
The absence of clothing during the forced migration of Africans in the transatlantic slave trade and during slavery was a way to dehumanize
slaves, particularly slave women.
Farrell quoted Brazilian educator Paulo Freire, who said, "To dehumanize
another is to dehumanize
If you dehumanize
the people you don't like by calling them alien invaders rather than people, it's a lot easier to get rid of them.
I dwell on this density because not only does such writing obfuscate and distance us from what Rice wants to say, but it tends also to dehumanize
the lives and sufferings and achievements of his subjects--African slaves and their descendants.