anthropotheism


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anthropotheism

the belief that the gods have human nature, or are only deified men.
See also: God and Gods
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In this sense, then, the market as subject is not merely an anthropomorphism but an anthropotheism.
7) Sergey Bulgakov, Karl Marx as a Religious Type: His Relation to the Religion of Anthropotheism of L.
In a prescient reflection on the new anthropotheism of Feuerbach and his followers, Proudhon (the only European radical whom Herzen recognized as a mentor) observed that mankind's perennial yearning for the qualities traditionally assigned to their divinities had now led to the philosophically confused belief that they had only to abolish those gods in order to appropriate their perfections.