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deindividualization

Definitions

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  • n. The act or process of deindividualizing.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Destruction of individuality; hence, a social process destructive of individuality and self-dependence, and creative of dependence or pauperism.

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Examples

  • Joy also argues our psychic numbing of the animals we eat involves us actively engaging in denial, avoidance, objectification deindividualization and disassociation, conditioning us to be apathetic to them which is why the typical response usual is "We've always done it."

    Irene Monroe: Will you be barbecuing or roasting pig or Pug this 4th?

  • Joy also argues that our psychic numbing of the animals we eat involves us actively engaging in denial, avoidance, objectification deindividualization and disassociation, conditioning us to be apathetic to them which is why the typical response usual is "We've always done it."

    Irene Monroe: Will you be barbecuing or roasting pig or Pug this 4th?

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