That is to say, is Berger ultimately describing the situation of animals in modern human society (as he claims) or is he rather anthropomorphically
describing the situation of modern humans by recourse to the animal?
Patients experience of the external therapeutic application of ginger by anthropomorphically
The adjective "happy" is more than a little anthropomorphically
As we have seen above, God's creation, viewed anthropomorphically
, consists of a series of activities marked by a sixfold daily sunrise and sunset.
These cats with attitude are anthropomorphically
dressed in shorts, t-shirts and caps, but it is a little difficult to predict at which audience this book is pitched.
So thinking anthropomorphically
we make the leap to assuming that a computer is capable of thinking or intelligence.
To the anthropomorphically
minded, clearly, these are the eyes and mouth of some living being.
The backdrop was formed by a gigantic painting of an anthropomorphically
personified sun in the traditional Sinhala style, with a fat rotund face surrounded by curly rays.
(11.) The term memra, equivalent to the Greek logos, is inserted in Deuteronomy, for example, close to fifty times to avoid depicting the Deity anthropomorphically
, performing tasks like humans or having a body.
At the IQ Zoo, chickens danced to rock-and-roll music (see Figure 2) and told fortunes, raccoons played basketball, rabbits kissed and propelled fire trucks, rabbits and cats played the piano, ducks turned on jukeboxes and strummed guitars, and cockatoos solved math problems (or so it anthropomorphically
itself, if we imagine it anthropomorphically
, would consider to be in
Parenti identifies two traditions in Western theism, the first of which is Hegelas aself-manifesting spirit,a or, the agod of the rational totality, immutable and cosmic, impersonal and without deliberate demands, a pure creative force with an evolving design.a The second tradition, and the one which has the greatest following in American culture, is that of athe Judeo-Christian god and other personalized godheads who act directly and anthropomorphically
upon history with moods of love, jealousy, favoritism, and judgmental rage.a It is this god and his aintolerant, furiously proselytizing, and often corrupt and evil adherentsa that are the object of the authoras critical attention in this work.