anthropophobia
Noun

anthropophobia (uncountable)

  1. A profound fear of human beings, or of human society.
    • 1880, Edward Bliss Foote, Plain Home Talk about the Human System, 4th ed., page 438 :
      The affection is unlike anthropophobia, because this is characterized by dislike of men, and decided aversion to sexual intercourse.
    • 2004, Toshio Kawai, "Postmodern consciousness in the novels of Haruki Murakami," in The Cultural Complex: Contemporary Jungian Perspectives on Psyche and Society , ISBN 1583919139, page 97:
      He was suffering from anthropophobia, a typical Japanese symptom which shows alienation, and liberation, from the embracing community.
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