Third, there are animalized humans, perhaps the most troubling category of all, since all manner of brutalizations carried out by cultural prescription can serve to animalize
humans, as can reminders of human beings' mammalian, or even merely bodily, organic existence.
In an attempt to downplay the concierge's power, both the narrative voice of Paris au mois d'aout and the narrative agent of "Echec a la concierge" animalize
her; and, curiously, both texts choose the anteater as the concierge's zoological counterpart.
And that as post-Darwinians it was up to us to anthropomorphize the world less and animalize
, vegetablize, and mineralize ourselves more.
How is it that by merely cloaking the human body in sheet metal, hiding the shapes and movements of this person's body and face, we can so readily animalize
members of our own species?
A key question now is to know how the human of the 21st century can reactivate his animality and animalize
himself anew when all Western thought since the Greeks tells him that he is human precisely because of this rupture with animality," Lestel suggests, building on his critique of the very philosophical foundations of the ethological tradition.
Matthew Sefton said: "I saw them first at the City Hall in 1984 when they supported Kiss on the Animalize
Both narrative and characters frequently animalize
, infantilize, and insult Hareton in language consistent with that used to refer to idiots in contemporary popular and medico-legal discourse.
and seems thus to animate, animalize
, spiritualize, spiritize itself,
Given the already mentioned disposition to animalize
of the ethnophaulism, this formula has certainly cognitive value as it opposes the civilized to the bestial.
The moment when one character calls another a dog makes the reader question the moral logic behind expressions that animalize
humans and, indeed, the role that the animal has in how we as humans define ourselves as human.
Kiss formed in 1973 and their string of albums includes Dynasty (1979), Unmasked (1980), Animalize
(1984) and Revenge (1992).
Faulkner reveals the centrality of gender to such processes when the novel's men doubly "other" Ike; before they animalize
him, they must first feminize him.