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  1. Gardar Reply

    May 26,  · The misanthropy is a psychological and social attitude also characterized by aversion to the human species. It is not that he hates concrete people, but he really hates the characteristics of the human essence, such as individualism, permanent nonconformity, and intolerance, among many others.

  2. Sasar Reply

    Synonyms for misanthropy include cynicism, skepticism, scepticism, reclusiveness, disdain, distrust, inhumanity, malevolence, pessimism and sardonicism. Find more.

  3. Mezigrel Reply

    Misanthropy Misbehavior (See MISCHIEVOUSNESS.) Ahab, Captain consumed by hate, pursues whale that ripped off his leg. [Am. Lit.: Moby Dick] Alceste antisocial hero. [Fr. Lit.: Le Misanthrope] Confidence Man, The Melville’s social satire castigating mankind. [Am. Lit.: The Confidence Man, Magill III, –] Dryas hated mankind; avoided public.

  4. Tautaxe Reply

    misanthropy meaning: the fact or quality of not liking other people. Learn more.

  5. Voramar Reply

    Misanthropy is a personality trait characterized by a general dislike, distrust, or hatred of the human species or a disposition to dislike and/or distrust other people's silent consensus about reality. The word comes from the Greek words μίσος (misos, "hatred") and άνθρωπος (anthrōpos, "man, human being").

  6. JoJogul Reply

    Feb 15,  · Misanthropy - The realisation that humans only care about themselves, creatures with ego's, ones that destroy everything around them just for their own satisfaction. A race that has no idea what the word respect stands for. A breed of creature that .

  7. Brakus Reply

    Misanthropy. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Misanthropy refers to the tendency in people to focus on others ’ negative rather than positive characteristics and qualities. In social psychology, the tendency is reflected in people ’ s inclinations to regard the positive behaviors of others as being caused by the circumstances a person is in (e.g., abiding by prosocial norms or as a result of ulterior motives.

  8. Musar Reply

    Glorying in his misanthropy, he identifies himself fully with his first-order desires to harm and finds that he can easily refrain from acting upon his desires to help. From Cambridge English Corpus These .

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