Apanthropinisation meaning

(rare) The broadening of the ambit of one’s preoccupations and concerns away from a narrow focus on those things most palpably human and most closely pertinent to humanity.
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Origin of apanthropinisation

  • Coined by C. Grant B. Allen in 1880 in volume 5 of the quarterly-review journal Mind : Ap- (from Ancient Greek ἀπ- (ap-, “off, away”)) + anthropin(ism) (“human-focused consideration”) + -isation, noun suffix denoting the action of the suffixed verb.

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