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represent in the form of an animal

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make brutal, unfeeling, or inhuman

become brutal or insensitive and unfeeling

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Consequently, it might be argued that in "Esme", besides criticising the speciesist approach of human beings against animals, Saki also deals with racism as the animalised humans are sometimes treated worse than animals by the speciesist human beings.
What remains unthought here, as elsewhere, is the possibility of an animalised philosophy that would reshape the very idea of philosophy itself--and with that our image of what is thought and what is pedagogic, be it human or nonhuman.
They could potentially be read as symbolising the constraints under which the ostracised humans have to live or as signifying forms of their animalised madness.
She moves away from the visual, a sense favoured within humanist identity, to a more refined and animalised sense of smell, touch and embodiment, where she is no longer disabled, no longer an outsider but lyrically embodies ferality:
In King's opinion, the press's hyperbolic representation of thugs as dehumanised and animalised anti-social beings was meant to "fuel moral panics" but, paradoxically, it also launched an "irresistibly fascinating" image for readers.
McDonnell concludes by cogently investigating the language connecting "animalised animals," like EBB's brothers' big dogs, Cataline and Resolute, to "the slaves on the Barrett plantations and the men who hunt them" (p.
Whereas in Disneyland the animal characters (mice, dogs, ducks) are stripped of the alterity of their animality and are domesticated and anthropomorphised so as to create a magical affinity between humans and animals, in Guantanamo Bay the human prisoners are animalised in order to mark their preclusion from the legal category of (human) rights-bearing person.
He was a mischievous cat who could be either chaos personified (or animalised) or the victim - depending on the nature of the cartoon plot.
Accompanying the animalised president (also referred to by the demeaning Zambian word "Muwelewele" which means a simpleton) were all kinds of animals like "monkeys dancing around in circles and wagging their bottoms each painted with a picture of the Great Elephant." Baboons even ran up to the Great Elephant showing him their big red bottoms (while) shouting "wehwehweh!" It is a Zambian tradition for ruling Party cadres particularly women, to dance around the president wherever he visits in the country, while wearing traditional wrappers (Chitenge) printed with a picture of the president on the backside.
To reduce the complex matrix of world conflict to a kind of animalised hatred (the Gombe incident--where chimpanzees engaged in violent and antisocial activities--was itself artificially incited by humans rather than a natural occurrence) ignores completely the role of any kind of context the relation between local forces, larger regional rivalries, colonialism, international capital--and is reductive to say the least.
On the BBC's Newsnight of April 23, 2015, her head was photo shopped onto the body of Kim Kardashian and The Scotweiler, as she was dubbed by the Sun, was routinely sexualised, patronised, demonised and even animalised.
In large part, scholarship on biopower has focussed on its biologisation of human politics and the legal abandonment of animalised social groups, from terror suspects to refugees.
(46) Women in this world were guardians of virtue, in contrast to the passionate or virile masculinity which celebrates the animalised man and which disparages 'civilization'.
In this sense, the iconographies of Dupain's photographs have their logical extension in the posters of the White Pride Coalition contrasting the ideal Aryanised body with the animalised body of the nonwhite.
In the media's portrayal of Gaddafi, not only was he dehumanised, he was animalised. He was routinely referred to as Mad Dog.