antilife

antilife

(ˌæntɪˈlaɪf)
adj
1. opposed to living in harmony with the natural order
2. censorious US in favour of abortion

an•ti•life

(ˌæn tiˈlaɪf, ˌæn taɪ-)

adj.
1. hostile to normal life.
2. regarded as opposing the life force, as through advocacy of abortion or birth control.
[1925–30]
an`ti•lif′er, n.
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The most autobiographical of her writings, this depiction of collectivism (fascist or communist) used her own life and experiences as the background for a love triangle that dramatized the antilife nature of collectivism.
Rare it is that the antilife forces are ever taken to task for their conduct while we are expected to be purer than Caesar's wife.
Several alleged objectives to achieve this goal emerged from the data and include: (1) adoption and promotion of antidevelopment policies, (2) advancement of antilife policies, (3) promotion of greater governmental control at the expense of individual freedom, (4) indoctrination of children through propaganda and scare tactics, and (5) infiltration of the Christian community to spread the twisted worldview.
Ultimately, some kind of transcendent gesture or authoritarian decision must be made--this is life, this is antilife, and this is enthusiasm.
But the process is fraught with difficulties posed by antilife forces.
For Nietzsche it is the voice of morality sending antilife messages; for Heidegger it is not associated with any particular morality and gives no messages as to what is to be done.
In May, Barreiro praised Filipino bishops' call for national prayers to defeat the bill, which he said was backed by "liberal ideology and money: hundreds of millions of dollars from Western elites who want the Filipinos to stop having children, and so are promoting this antilife, antifamily 'Reproductive Health' bill.
We must put a halt to this demoralising slide toward an antilife state philosophy.
Sick and antilife is putting an estimated 75% of Americans, people who test positive for HIV yet are asymptomatic, on such drugs and protease inhibitors based on a marker, viral load, that recent studies in mainstream journals say can predict the decay of CD4 cells - the essential event of pre-AIDS - less than 10% of the time.
Louis Archbishop Raymond Burke called Notre Dame's actions "scandalous" and criticized the President for aggressively advancing an antilife and anti-family agenda.
This paper compares two very different, even seemingly incommensurate critical responses to certain antidemocratic, antijustice, and possibly antilife features of classic epistemology, political theory, and metaphysics: feminist standpoint theory (FST) and deconstruction.