In Western philosophy, misanthropy
is the state of being isolated from human society.
Studies showed that depression and schizoid is more in smart teenagers, also hysteric, misanthropy
, mania and social introspection is low in smart teenagers.
It is intriguing that in both plays, the banquet where Timon attacks his flatterers demonstrates a moment where an individual is not in control of his body and both banquets conclude with a descent into misanthropy
Fearing the apocalyptic consequences of his child's arrival, he morphs into a vile shell of a human, prone to floor-smacking bouts of drunkenness, misanthropy
, and distaste for his fragile wife and her expanding womb.
The portrait of Adolf Neubauer, the representative of the Oxford University Library, who turns out to be the loser in the race for the Geniza, is so clear that one can feel his misanthropy
Fear, cynicism, and misanthropy
are around every turn.
ON THE one day of the year when we're expected to suppress our natural misanthropy
and show that special someone just how much we care - a Sainsbury's meal deal for a tenner will suffice at this end - it's appropriate Southwell hosts a meeting as it's the one track above all others that both punters and horses either love or hate, with many falling into the second category.
If you want speed, comfort, sleep, or have any trace of misanthropy
in your character, Amtrak is not for you.
Embracing his misanthropy
, the show features the best bits from his Edinburgh show Don't Happy Be Worry as well as new material.
You see, misanthropy
may be simply contempt for the prevailing characteristics of humanity motivated by the finer feelings.
Despite defects of detail and construction, a plausible misanthropy
prevails, a gallery of minor grotesques amounting to a forensic essay on bad parenting.
More important, perhaps, it functions as a clear early exemplar of the permanent struggle in the artist's work between angry empathy and empty misanthropy