|1.||one of a group of British writers of the late 1950s and the 1960s whose works reflect strong dissatisfaction with, frustration by, and rebellion against tradition and society.|
|2.||any author writing in this manner.|
The next time someone calls me an angry young man, I will take it as a testament to my expert penmanship.
|1.||opposition to the use of idols or images.|
|2.||the worship of objects symbolic of but not depicting a deity.|
Somehow, these two definitions seem contradictory
animal faith - nonrational belief in the existence of a fully knowable world outside the mind.
|1.||the state of being an animal.|
|2.||the animal nature or instincts of human beings.|
animal magnetism - the power to attract others through one's physical presence, bearing, energy, etc.
And I think it's a spell in Dungeons & Dragons
animé - any of various resins or copals, especially that from Hymenaea courbaril, a tree of tropical Ameria, used in making varnish, scenting pastilles, etc.
And apparently used in making Japanese cartoons, too.
Anschauung - direct or immediate intuition or perception of sense data with little or no rational interpretation.
And now you have a fancy word for non-propositional knowledge.
Antaeus - in Classical Mythology, an African giant who was invincible when in contact with the earth but was lifted into the air by Hercules and crushed.
It was at this point that I realized that Marvel Comics has been ripping off classical mythology for years.