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Synonyms for anthropomorphism

the representation of objects (especially a god) as having human form or traits

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Fatalistic schema works building victimization in the face of fate or God (in its angry and terrible manifestation) and identification (in its anthropomorphist manifestation).
Apes, too, have opposable thumbs, yet despite an anthropomorphist tendency among some primatologists who desperately want to believe apes to be primitive--if hairy--people, in the end there is no ape civilization.
You don't have to be a loony anthropomorphist to suspect horses experience it too.
Having identified himself as merciful--"not one am I / Of those who think damnation better still" (13)--Byron's affirmation of Christian benevolism is confirmed later in Vision of Judgment when Southey becomes the quintessential anthropomorphist by presuming to judge George III's fitness to enter heaven.
76) We have elsewhere demonstrated that Ibn Hanbal quite unequivocally was an anthropomorphist in the strict sense: he was adamant about God's anthropoid form.