depersonalize

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Synonyms for depersonalize

make impersonal or present as an object

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This transmogrification, which some mistake as emancipation, takes place through processes that are neither liberating or enriching, but depersonalizing, enslaving, self-destructive, preposterous, alienating, isolating, reductionistic.
Brown sees court etiquette as effectively and deliberately depersonalizing the king.
As technology has vastly expanded the range and ease of information access, it has done so at the expense of depersonalizing the process.
This depersonalizing situation will be somewhat mitigated these days by the significant number of students who will give such colleagues their full personal support during their studies" (283).
It could be seen as dehumanizing and depersonalizing to laid-off employees.
But that isn't easy, especially because driving itself can be depersonalizing.
While de-cluttering, depersonalizing and neutralizing colors and style are vital steps in preparing a home for sale, a home stager may not be affordable for all homeowners," says home staging expert Ilaria Barion.
Instead, Home Staging[R] is detailing, de-cluttering, depersonalizing and preparing a seller's home to give it a "model home" appearance so that the potential buyer can "see" themselves living in the home.
And yet, if the painting is deeply informed by allegedly impersonal, even depersonalizing technologies, the painter is still evident in his willful denial of easy references.