Under the heading of partial-total physical subanthropic
exclusivism (X.73) we shall list two types of attitude or
practise. (This listing is 'open' in that it is not suggested
that there would not be more than two of them.) They are
physical ability- and physical appearance-related exclusivism.
Both of them may be 'total' in that they refer to the ability or
appearance of the whole body , or 'partial' in that they refer
to the ability or appearance of parts of the body. Physical
ability related subanthropic exclusivism (X.292) is
the physical ability of (a) human being(s), or re the able-bodied
versus the disabled (or 'handicapped'). Physical appearance-related
subanthropic exclusivism (X.293) is exism re the
bodily qualities of (a) human or anthropomorphically conceived
being(s) which make it/them appear more or less pleasant or
The disjunctive manifestations of ability-related exism are
ability-centered and disability-centered exism.
Self-aggrandizing physical ability-centered exclusivism (X.292.14.8) is
discrimination of physically disabled people by (physically)
healthy people. This may express itself in the relegation of the
disabled to special or exclusive cells of the human environment.
Altho people may be obsessed or sentimentally preoccupied with
their physical health, the preference and care for physical
health as such is not exclusivistic, if, and insofar as, this
health is of practical significance and relevant to their
legitimate goal(s). Shame or abnegational self-consciousness
with regard to one's own physical disability (or 'handicap') is
a sentimental manifestation of self-abnegational physical
disability-centered exclusivism (X.292.15.14). The external variant
of this manifestation is fear of, uneasiness with, or alienation
from (physically) disabled people; or fear or ignorance with
regard to a physical disability by people who are healthy
themselves in this respect.
The disjunctive manifestations of appearance-related exism
are beauty-centered and ugliness-centered-exclusivism.
Aggrandizing beauty-centered exclusivism (X.293.14.4) is preferential
treatment of, or favoritism towards, good-looking people, particularly
in a context which is not purely personal or erotic.
Sentimental aggrandizemental beauty-centered exism is a preoccupation
with physical beauty and sentimental self-abnegational
ugliness-centered exism involves shame of, or discomfort with,
one's own ugliness. An intermediary form of abnegational
ugliness-centered exclusivism is the ancient custom of depicting a
devil or demon, or an earthly incarnation of it, (exclusively)
as an ugly, partially or entirely anthropomorphic or human
being. Perhaps, this demonical operation should be classified
under absolute total physical subanthropic exism together with
the divine and demonical operations of racial and ethnical