Moreover, my reading of Schelling's own conceptualization of nature differs from the others in that it characterizes it as an increasing anthropomorphization
of nature in order to counterintuitively protect it against humans' subjective impositions.
Each of these terms contributes to Darwin's anthropomorphization
of the plants, conjuring a recognition of their potential sentient nature.
It may appear perverse to conjure up an anthropomorphized poetic "speaker" and then express surprise that this anthropomorphization
is incomplete--and I do not propose that the foremost function of printed poems and phonographic recordings is always to signal the absence of Benjaminian authentic voice or presence.
When humanizing brands goes wrong: The detrimental effect of brand anthropomorphization
amid product wrongdoings.
DEIFICATION AND ANTHROPOMORPHIZATION
OF THE TWELVE-YEAR CYCLE
Most tellingly, he blends with the city of Florence, through the anthropomorphization
of the city as part of his own self.
Morante's use of animal metaphors goes beyond the anthropomorphization
of her characters, as it extends a political metaphor throughout the novel in line with the theorist John Simons's redefinition of history in posthumanist terms: "The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of the struggle between humans and non-humans" where the so-called non-humans refer to the marginalized citizens viewed as such by systems of power (7).
I believe it is wrong to deny vitality to nonhuman bodies, forces, and forms, and that a careful course of anthropomorphization
can help reveal that vitality, even though it resists full translation and exceeds my comprehensive grasp.
Medieval theorists' zoomorphization and anthropomorphization
ranged from the passing reference, such as the Summa musice's description of the cauda as a kind of tail, to full-blown metaphorical identification (e.
The occasional anthropomorphization
of gauna in effect plays up not only their utter alienness, but at the same time something inhuman at the heart of humanity itself (Fig.
At the show's entrance, Jacob Tonski's Balance from Within, 2012, a sofa supporting its own weight on a single leg, perhaps served as a metaphor for the exhibition: a Bakhtinian carnival in which the hierarchy between the subjects and objects seems to be overturned, but the independence of the objects is overshadowed by the act of anthropomorphization
, reflected by the the unstable couch that is waiting for a person to sit down and end its fragile, temporary independence.
described as self-help, (33) and the anthropomorphization