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  • n. the state or process of turning bestial; depravation, corruption, degradation, dehumanization

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Examples

  • I suggest that this is no more nor less than the bestialization of both the victim and the punter.

    [them] out of the closet

  • And then there is the scenario which any reader of the apocalyptic scriptures foretells – war between blocs, not nations, deception, Israel caught in the middle of it and the inevitable slide to the feudal bestialization of human beings to an extent not conceived of in the west for centuries.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Along with the formal consideration of the nature and powers of the different parts of the soul, there remains some concern with man's position in the universe, but this is regarded essentially in static, hieratic terms rather than as a dynamic, operative potential for restoration of the divine image, or for irremediable bestialization.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • In addition to valuable investigations of fossil-bearing beds in the Argentine, he made some excellent general suggestions, such as that the pithecoid apes, like the baboons, do not stand in the line of man’s ancestral stem but represent a divergence from it away from humanity and toward a retrogressive bestialization.

    Appendix A. The Work of the Field Zoologist and Field Geographer in South America

  • The work of bestialization was carried on by the despotism of

    Old Calabria

  • In addition to valuable investigations of fossil-bearing beds in the Argentine, he made some excellent general suggestions, such as that the pithecoid apes, like the baboons, do not stand in the line of man's ancestral stem but represent a divergence from it away from humanity and toward a retrogressive bestialization.

    Through the Brazilian Wilderness

  • That is, the Olympian Zeus 'ban on human creativity: which shows Zeus's intended bestialization of all mortal human individuals, by forbidding, not only the use, but the discovery of any universal physical principle, such as "fire," or, today, nuclear-fission power.

    LaRouche's Latest

  • The Grand Inquisitor, that man of evil, destroyed men's souls, by suppressing the creative activity of their minds, and aided this brutalization of men and women by reducing them to a state of relative bestialization, like that of slaves and serfs.

    LaRouche's Latest

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