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The term is composed of two words of Greek origin: anthropos (man) and morphe (form, aspect). It defines the attribution of properly human characteristics to nonhuman beings, that is, either divine entities or animals.

Anthropomorphism of Divinities

In many religions, polytheistic or monotheistic, the divine was or is ...

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