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animus

(in Jungian psychology) the masculine principle present in the female unconscious

Animus

["Constraint-Based Animation: The Implementation of Temporal Constraints in the Animus System", R. Duisberg, PhD Thesis U Washington 1986].
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164) Thus every rape may be seen as an expression of gender animus that exists at a broad societal level.
Brzonkala's lawyers argued that fear of gender animus has an effect on interstate commerce by making women less willing to engage in various activities, thus damaging the national economy.
138-39) without suspecting Sainte-Beuve's own mean-spirited, vindictive, self-serving animus against that preferred rival for Madame Recamier's favor (not Recamier, incidentally, nor her favors: she was never Chateaubriand's "mistress") (p.
Yet in being pressured to distance herself from her animus by a sexist culture, the female may also undergo a division of selfhood - a splitting off from the rational or argumentative side of her being ("Ego" 206ff.
Further, many lenders who hold no animus towards the borrower nonetheless do not believe they should be forces to fire sale away their positions.
Groundbreaking Five-Part Reality Series Was Created in Partnership with The Vidal Partnership, Animus Group, and Zeal Television
The player is shown his system from where the story continues back in the animus.
Proctor Hospital, a unanimous Supreme Court held that an employer can be liable for employment discrimination under USERRA based on the discriminatory animus of a supervisor who expressed anti-military sentiments and then influenced a higher level decision maker to fire a member of the U.
As for my feelings that many Catholics have an animus against conservatives, I would point to the republic to our south, whose President has a definite animus against Catholics, though they did a lot to see him elected.
They look ready to attack, their animus piqued no doubt by their arbitrary fate in a post-9/11 world striving for moral and political clarity.
I think that part of why these things happen are not just the racial animus, but there are larger social ills here.