misopedia


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mis·o·pe·di·a

, misopedy (mis'ō-pē'dē-ă, -op'ĕ-dē),
Aversion to or hatred of children.
[G. miseō, to hate, + pais (paid-), child]

misopedia

[mis′ōpē′dē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, misein + pais, children
an aversion to children. misopedic, adj., misopedist, n.

mis·o·pe·di·a

, misopedy (mis'-ō-pē'dē-ă, -dē)
Aversion to or hatred of children.
[G. miseō, to hate, + pais (paid-), child]

misopedia

(mĭ-sō-pē′dē-ă) [″ + Gr. pais, child]
Abnormal dislike of children or the young.
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Piouk's extreme position neatly brings together the dual themes of misopedia and misogyny.
To return to the 'lynch-pin' of misopedia running through the works, Beckett chose to stress that children needed 'lynching' rather than hanging, or a more generic killing, in 'The Expelled'.
40) Nevertheless, the misopedia of Dan Rooney is still informed by the wish to bring the continuation of suffering to an end.