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anthropophagous

Man-eating. Cannibal.
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The structures of our humanness constrain us to anthropophagy (physical and psychological), just as the structure of matter demands that our bodies' movements conform to the law of gravity.
In his own sea voyages, Melville could not avoid running into tales of head hunting and anthropophagy; it was occurring or had occurred within short distances of almost every port where he stopped during his expeditions.
(3) "Anthropophagy" was one of the favorite metaphors used by Brazilian modernists to represent the "devouring" of foreigners by the Indians.
I know more than I ought to about high-buttoned patent-leather boots, "Hungarian high-heels,' the legend of Aschenbrodel, the toe-sucking (and later beatified) Marie Alacoque, foot fetishists East (Junichiro Tanizaki) and West (Restif de la Bretonne), not to mention vampirism, anthropophagy and coprolagnia, and not even to think about "shoes of the fisherman' Christian symbolism.
Their topics include devotion, divergence, and desire: anthropophagy as a means of cultural formation; the monster factory: monsterization of characters in dystopias; warning!
Showcasing an emphasis on language and the body, artists in the "Nonsense" section interrupt words' communicative function, be it through the leftover, typographic fragments of Jacques Villegle's torn posters or the bodily sounds of Anna Maria Maiolino's Super 8 film In-Out Antropofagia (In-Out Anthropophagy), 1973-74.
(34) Their model, however, does not speak to links between neoliberalism and anthropophagy.
(49) Ultimately the similarities between Tydeus and Hercules end with Tydeus' anthropophagy. Hercules is a heroic figure who attains apotheosis.
(18) Their thematic overlap includes forbidden and secret love, obscure familial motivation, violated class categories, bodily mutilation, and anthropophagy (literal, metaphorical, or metonymic); their lexical overlap plays on etyma such as dolore, piangere, triste, crudele, fiero, amore, and cuore.
To convert is to subject pagans in order to prevent, before all, the anthropophagy, but also to prevent the lack of political authority; the lack of religion, the mental roughness, the activism to the forest.