[ US /diˈpɝsənəˌɫaɪz, diˈpɝsnəˌɫaɪz/ ]
make impersonal or present as an object
Will computers depersonalize human interactions?
Pornography objectifies women
How To Use depersonalize In A Sentence
- I depersonalized from myself and thought that I had embodied the spirit of John Lennon, and spoke to my friends as if I were him. Twenty-three-year-olds shouldn't be writing memoirs (Ch 3)
- Beth says the goal is to decorate the room, make it more inviting and depersonalize it.
- Would they disappear in a depersonalized collective? World Wide Mind
- Enforced shaving of a prisoner's head has long been a systematic tool to 'dehumanize' and 'depersonalize' an individual. 'Bush's Republican Administration Used Torture Routinely' - REPORT
- To put it straightforwardly, and perhaps a little cynically, in the past children used to be regarded as investments that provided their parents with means of subsistence in old age ... whereas today's anonymous system makes all workers pay for the pensions of all retirees in an utterly depersonalized manner. Have More Children?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
- I remember once a fellow university student complaining on Facebook about how he felt depersonalized online -- being reduced to just a few lists: music I like, movies I like, etc. Dyane Jean François: How Internet Tools Emphasize Our Priorities
- The people that commit this crime depersonalise it, as humans do not appear to be involved, however the damages can have severe effects on your business as well as your health and well being.
- The process depersonalizes participants and blurs the precise nature of their roles.
- Its cadaverous Borg villains are depersonalized members of a cybernetically unified mind. World Wide Mind
- Finally, technology threatens to depersonalize our lives and increase our ultimate loneliness.