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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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The court asserted that, in the case of rape, the presence of an animus based on gender is more likely when there is no personal relationship between the rapist and the victim.
So they thought about another idea, for the body to be involved in the action of the ancestors and they came up with this Animus arm which connects the 'patient' of the Animus to his ancestors.
The archetype patterns of the ego, the shadow, the anima, and the animus, were all part of the healing journey the main protagonist, Tashi, a young African female.
While the 1935 Constitution did not mention the citizenship of foundlings, Hilbay said it does not indicate any discriminatory animus against them.
Windsor; (16) (2) LGBT people can invoke animus, or, as
The society's animus amicus has gained attention for its exposing of these trends in U.
The PR guru has approached Animus Associates, an international risk management and corporate investigations firm.
Have people ever seen any kind of animus towards the Jewish people?
The same is true for the feminine psyche, for which the animus is the guide that enables the transformations.
Animus Fragment - Players have to collect these Animus Fragments, ranging to 200, around the world for the completion of all the Abstergo Challenges that will result in the unlocking of the Deceased Crew Cheat.
After Part I explains the background and current state of the doctrine, Part H considers how that doctrine provides insights into such basic equal protection concepts as discriminatory intent and animus.
Despite teen puppy love, a tingly interest in male musculature, a profound lack of interest in sex with women, and no particular anti-gay animus, Rauch concluded only that he was "a monster," destined to be cut off from the pleasures of intimacy and family.