Any task that could be done a machine is, by definition, dehumanizing to a human being.
But over time, these dehumanizing jobs are what will be "left behind," not the people who perform them.
dehumanizecase, the computer is not dehumanizing; it's an interpreter.
By watching big brother you too become part of the dehumanizing process (Socialist Worker August 26 2000 ).
dehumanizely depicts the dehumanizing effects of the camp on his fellow inmates, yearning for liberty yet unable to imagine freedom.
dehumanizeseems most expert at dehumanizing other people?
dehumanizessible to form an alliance of historic bloc against the dehumanizing total system?
Their work is literally dehumanizing.
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