inhumanity


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a cruel act or an instance of cruel behavior

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the quality of lacking compassion or consideration for others

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Man's Inhumanity to Man will be on display at the White Swan Centre, Killingworth Library, North Tyneside, from Monday until April 21.
Man's inhumanity to man has often been triggered by some form of religious belief system.
Based on Franz Kafka's short story, the Music Theatre Wales production is a study of man's inhumanity and intolerance, authority, cruelty, and of the process of execution.
In these days of man's inhumanity to man, what a wonderful message this sends out - Mrs Marie Maher, Sheffield
Servants, unpaid, tortured and treated like animals - this is pure inhumanity.
It rises In all its brutality Inhumanity Bestiality A concrete monster Snaking through the land of Palestine Speaking gutturally of one people's Hatred of another The exploitation of one by another The theft of land and lives And dreams And peace A monument of all that is ugly In human nature A badge of shame And dishonor A stain on the history of humanity Even the Gods blush And are shamed At what their hands have wrought
We live in a wondrously technological age but as I saw the blood on the ground and the terror on people's faces I found it hard to understand why we have made such technical progress and yet failed to solve the age-old dilemma of man's inhumanity to man.
He said: "The people who worked in the slave trade - people who kept going a system of inhumanity - were people like you and me.
Their answer to the meat question is decidedly different from Pollan's, though all agree about the inhumanity of our current industrial agricultural system's treatment of animals.
The real value of Carr's book is not uncovering that her grandfather was a member of the Klan or the deep wellspring of white apathy and inhumanity that fostered this race crime.
Romero's zombie films comment upon man's cruelty and inhumanity to man, as well as the degeneration of the social contract into the strong devouring the weak into ruthless individual anarchy.
His novel, Andersonville, so vividly depicted the starvation, squalor and casual brutalities of the Confederate military prison that ever since it has symbolized man's needless inhumanity to man.
But again, Patterson connects Hurston only peripherally to these instances through her work, and in some cases, has her disappear in entire discussions of the hidden horrors and ordinary inhumanity of the New South.
The most immediate and apparent inhumanity is the overcrowding that Africa's broken justice systems breed, compounded by disease, filth, abuse, and a lack of food, soap, beds, clothes, or recreation.
These situations are often caused by man's inhumanity to man, a common theme in most of Hernandez's narrative fiction and one of the reasons that his protagonists are, in their quest for identity, unable to come to a clear sense of self.