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Anthropomorphism By Hallie Mitchell
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This is a portfolio book for the artist Hallie Mitchell. It is about people and what animals they personally thought they most related to. Hallie Portrayed these characters in illustrations created... More > with colored pencil, watercolors, and marker. The writing in the images is also her own handwriting. To create the images Hallie drew the bodies of the anthropomorphic animals from photographs of the people that filled out the survey created. The information gathered wasn't only used for the illustrations but also used to created poems and sayings to go with the illustrations.< Less
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n The image of Man in paleolithic sculpture , his fourth book in the series Shapes in Evolution, Pietro Gaietto introduces his readers to paleolithic anthropomorphic stone... More > sculpture unlocking a world that is not well known because it has been outshined by the beauty of cave paintings which depict animals with color and movement. Pietro Gaietto, an expert in this field of studies, states with passion that paleolithic sculptures are scientifically important because they offer depictions of the heads of extinct humans, including species that are not well known, or not known at all, due to the scarcity of skeletal remains. Presented almost as a teaching manual, with detailed attention to each piece, this study of paleolithic stone sculptures is extremely interesting because Gaietto's discoveries serve to integrate and enlarge studies on the evolution of man's physical traits. Every sculpture is amply illustrated and explained.< Less

metaphors, metonymies, & anthropomorphisms By Alexandria Sisson
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Personal poetry chapbook by local Hawaii author, published 2016.
An Alphabet of Anthropomorphic Animals Coloring Book By Rebecca Thornburgh
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Meet a menagerie of animated animals, one for each letter of the alphabet. Drawn by author/illustrator Rebecca Thornburgh, these silly creatures are waiting for you to add the color to their lively... More > personalities. Coloring fun for everyone!< Less
The Revolution Speaks: An Anthropomorphic Portrait of the Revolution By Revolutionary Books
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This book looks at society, the populace, and the enemy class from the revolution's point of view. It humanizes the voice and the goals of the revolt. Here's a passage from the book: "I am... More > the revolution, I am the birthing point of justice, comradery, communal identities. I am the path on which the humane travel, I am the path on which the greedy are trampled."< Less By Cooperative Editions
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A catalog for an online database containing 159 examples of anthropomorphic clipart.
Aether d'Animaux: A Juried Collection of Anthropomorphic Art By Brian Kotulis
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Aether d'Animaux is a juried collection of creations from the much-loved and oft-misunderstood subculture of anthropomorphic artwork. Aether is comprised of pieces from the past decade and presented... More > in a familiar Art Book format. This debut edition aims to recapture some of the original, benevolent spirit of this frequently vilified genre, while simultaneously showcasing some cutting-edge concepts in art.< Less
ALBEDO: Platinum Catalyst - Anthropomorphic Science-Fiction Role-Play By Jason Holmgren et al.
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Albedo: Platinum Catalyst brings the drama of Steve Gallacci's long-running comic series to the stage of role-playing. Players take on both the roles of the commanding officers and their subordinates... More > — the teams of bold infantry, quick pilots, quixotic explorers, and clever scientists — who must come to terms with their changing society as war threatens to tear it apart.< Less
Tajalli Wa Ru'ya - Study of Anthropomorphic Theophany and Visio Dei In the Hebrew Bible, the Qur'an and Early Sunni Islam By Wesley Muhammad
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Islam is often viewed as the religion par excellence of divine transcendence. God is khilaf al-alam, "the absolute divergence from the world" and this characteristically Islamic doctrine of... More > mukhalafa "(divine) otherness" precludes divine corporeality. In as much as this latter is conditio sine qua non of visibility, it is axiomatic that the God of Islam in invisible and therefore non-theophanous. This tradition of divine invisibility and incorporeal transcendence is in radical discontinuity with the Biblical/Semitic and ancient Near Eastern tradition of transcendent anthropomorphism and perilous visio Dei, according to which God/the gods has/have bodies human of shape but transcendent in substance, manner of being, and effect. Seeing this transcendentally anthropomorphic deity is possible but dangerous for mortal onlookers. The profound disparity between Islamic and Biblical/ancient Near Eastern articulations of divine transcendence raises questions regarding Islam's place among the Semitic religions.< Less
Ants By Jennifer Armstrong
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