animality[ an-uh-mal-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF animality
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Humanity is (as Comte thought) a higher degree of animality.
Add intellectuality to animality, and you merely get an intellectual animal.
Should we not far rather imagine that in these masses there is a mixture of animality?
Animality is every where, filling every thing and peopling every thing.
"Animality" is the starting-point; "humanity," its opposite, is the goal of development.
The idea originated in a comparison between Humanity and Animality.
All my days had been passed in comparative ignorance of the animality of man.
I could not—I would not if I could—give you any idea of its animality; yes, that is the very word!
Bakunin, therefore, distinguishes three elements in all life: animality; thought; and rising.
The animality of average humanity made for hope rather than for despair, when one remembered from what it had developed.
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