Anti may refer to:

  • Anti (mythology), the ferryman who carried Isis to Set's island in Egyptian mythology
  • Änti, or Antaeus, half-giant in Greek and Berber mythology
  • Áńt’į, or Corpse powder, Navajo folkloric substance made from powdered corpses
  • ANTI-, an American independent record label
  • ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival, a yearly international live-art festival held in Kuopio, Finland
  • Antiparticle, a particle with the same mass but opposite charges in particle physics
  • Anti addition in organic chemistry
  • Anti EP, an EP by Autechre
  • Anti conformation, in alkane stereochemistry
  • Campa, or Anti, a tribe of South American Indians

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Anti-psychiatry - Diverse Paths
... has since (2008) re-emphasized his disdain for the term anti-psychiatry, arguing that its legacy has simply been a "catchall term used to delegitimize ... Laing, Berke and Redler) who never defined it yet "counter-label their discipline as anti-psychiatry", and that he considers Laing most responsible for popularizing it ... is often thought to have been part of anti-psychiatry in its efforts to challenge oppression and stigma and, specifically, to get homosexuality removed from the American ...
Anti-tank Missile
... An anti-tank missile (ATM), anti-tank guided missile (ATGM), anti-tank guided weapon (ATGW) or anti-armor guided weapon, is a guided missile primarily designed to hit and destroy heavily-armored ... Earlier infantry anti-tank weapons, such as anti-tank rifles, anti-tank missiles and magnetic anti-tank mines, had limited armor-penetration abilities and/or ...
Dorothy L. Sayers - Criticism of Sayers - Alleged Racism and Anti-Semitism in Sayers's Writing
... Biographers of Sayers have disagreed as to whether Sayers was anti-Semitic ... McGregor and Lewis argue in Conundrums for the Long Week-End that Sayers was not anti-Semitic but used popular British stereotypes of class and ethnicity ...
Orrin Hatch - Political Positions and Votes - Anti-terrorism
... In 1995 Hatch was the leading figure behind the senate's anti-terrorism bill, to a large extent a response to the Oklahoma City Bombing ... Elements of the bill were criticised by the Anti-Defamation League and American Jewish Committee on civil liberties grounds, especially the new limits imposed on habeas corpus in capital cases ...
... Anti-psychiatry is a configuration of groups and theoretical constructs that emerged in the 1960s, which challenged the fundamental assumptions and practices of psychiatry and sought to develop alternatives ... The anti-psychiatry movement says that the specific definitions of, or criteria for, hundreds of current psychiatric diagnoses or disorders are vague and arbitrary, leaving too much room for ... mental health professionals and academics profess anti-psychiatry views, as do a number of former and current users of psychiatric services ...