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McKenzie considers topics such as how to grapple with climate change as an outdoors lover, or her discomfort with misanthropic coverage of overcrowding at parks.
Bregman found study after study that debunked the cynical view, which he says has been influenced by bad science and misanthropic philosophers.
The show may, in fact, turn out to be her and Carlock’s least misanthropic comedy to date.NBC’s Mr. Mayor Is a Fascinating Mix of Ted Danson’s Charm and Tina Fey’s Pith|Judy Berman|January 7, 2021|Time
The other culprit, of course, is the one misanthropic jerk who reported “several hundred” names to the Facebook robot.Facebook Apologizes For, but Doesn’t Retract, Discriminatory ‘Real Name’ Policy|Jay Michaelson|October 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But in the stories themselves, there is another, more misanthropic side to the character.
Logline: A misanthropic veterinarian cares more for his animal patients than he does their owners.
We believe it to be anti-Christian in its character, and misanthropic in its pretended sympathies.
Dear Old Guy,—If you will bury yourself like a misanthropic badger, you can't expect to be written to by every post.Plashers Mead|Compton Mackenzie
I am not misanthropic: I have learned to bear my superiority with philosophy.
It inclines one to hide, to sulk, to shut oneself away and become misanthropic.The History of Sir Richard Calmady|Lucas Malet
While always conscious of an overwhelming loss, he held it at bay by a misanthropic philosophy.John Ermine of the Yellowstone|Frederic Remington