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In that instant, in that moment, I’m fearful as a woman, I’m dehumanized as a woman.
Hope that we can all set aside our egos for a moment to see where we might have casually dehumanized someone else.
What becomes clear, in reading Grinker’s book, is that at several points in our recent history, our stories, far from making sense of suffering or easing it, have served to dehumanize people and deprive them of their dignity.
I ask my colleagues, please try not to dehumanize what’s happening.
Hateful rhetoric targeting minority groups is an established technique to unify and mobilize political supporters and to delegitimize and dehumanize political opponents.
But Mr. Kingsley refuses to dehumanize himself in order to become historian and philosopher.
I combat it as having a tendency to dehumanize the negro, to take away from him the right of ever striving to be a man.
Does God's law dehumanize the slave, and reduce him to a mere chattel?
A DEFENCE OF VIRGINIAROBERT L. DABNEY
We dehumanize the universe, but we do not render it the less grand and mysterious.
THE BREATH OF LIFEJOHN BURROUGHS

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