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a.1.Of or pertaining to anthropopathy.
The daring anthropopathic imagery by which the prophets often represent God as chiding, upbraiding, threatening.
- H. Rogers.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And the theoretical basis of the research on lane selection can be provided for intelligent driving, especially the anthropopathic driving.
Barnum, and to Herman Melville's novel, The Confidence Man, all to defend Process Theology's notion of a limited and anthropopathic God "who shares some of the limitations of finitude with which humans struggle" (185).
Viewing God as having feelings and emotions, more technically, an anthropopathic image of the Eternal, Rabbi Heschel writes that the basic feature of divine pathos is "God's transcendental attention" to humans.