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Anthropopathy (Greek ανθρωπος, anthropos, "human", παθος, pathos, "suffering") is the attribution of human emotion to a non-human being, generally a god.

The term anthropomorphism refers to non-humans taking human shape, rather than emotion. This term may encompass both meanings in common usage.

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