anthropopathism


an·thro·po·pa·thism

noun \ˌan(t)-thrə-ˈpä-pə-ˌthi-zəm, -pō-ˈpa-ˌthi-\

Definition of ANTHROPOPATHISM

:  the ascription of human feelings to something not human

Origin of ANTHROPOPATHISM

Late Greek anthrōpopatheia humanity, from Greek anthrōpopathēs having human feelings, from anthrōp- + pathos experience — more at pathos
First Known Use: 1847

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