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A lot of us are so quick to deify Anthony Fauci, to condemn anyone still wearing a mask, to dismiss other people’s choices as inherently harmful, stupid, and, well, evil.The feud between a weed influencer and scientist over puking stoners|Amanda Chicago Lewis|July 20, 2022|MIT Technology Review
A movie that deified him AND gave me wacky cartoons was always going to win over my pea-sized brain.Debating How Space Jam: A New Legacy Stacks Up Against the Original|Cady Lang|July 19, 2021|Time
To do so is to deify a celebrity for being what we need them to be, while willfully ignoring who they really are.
This on a continent where most people nearly deify the Clintons, and almost all American presidents.
The latter wished to deify Alexander; but Timaeus exalts Timoleon above the most venerable gods.
Not satisfied with three Gods, they must canonize and deify men and make saints and demi-gods.Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian?|John B. Remsburg
It is a ghastly thing to study these religions, and to see what dark and revolting qualities ignorance can deify.The Spanish Pioneers|Charles F. Lummis
It is not clear, then, how they can 'deify' classes of things, if they have no notion of deity.Social Origins and Primal Law|Andrew Lang
His choices free or fetter, elevate or debase, deify or demonize his humanity.Tablets|Amos Bronson Alcott