has gained wide acceptance among practical philosophers in recent years.
Adversely the book as a whole leaves open the possibility that extant eclecticism
is the cause of dissatisfaction instead of a solution.
Mixing the eclecticism
of Feist, Regina Spektor and Lily Allen, she still manages to keep her own unique voice.
Costello is known for his musical eclecticism
and innovative and influential songwriting.
often yields attractive results in his hands, but it may not produce consistent or compelling outcomes in other institutional settings.
The title of the meeting was: Research, Music Eclecticism
, and the Unsung Press in the 21st Century.
In this age of eclecticism
, the Mackintosh chairs make an ideal seat in the house.
An articulate, literate flair for expression, the poetry is especially characterized by its energy and eclecticism
I have to accept somewhere that I'm very disconnected, with different histories," she remarks about her eclecticism
of John's tastes is exhibited in one of his formative disc acquisitions.
of the core materials contained in the enriched lectures and the accompanying courseware materials have empowered students to go beyond the traditional or classic interpretations of Fascism, and to boldly confront historical representations that are novel, sometimes unconventional, and almost always provocative.
But their graying flower child eclecticism
would just be a goof if this wasn't also a crack old-timey string band, great at harmonizing, phrasing and arranging everything from sea shanties to freedom hymns to yodeling lullabies, with one of Bob Dylan's stranger chestnuts, ``The Wicked Messenger,'' tossed in for good measure.
Combining guitar-based rock with a more experimental electronic sound, the band's influences range from the bluesy rock of the Rolling Stones to the eclecticism
and grandeur of Pink Floyd.
And while such eclecticism
is certainly no mean feat, by restaging historical models, Beech unwittingly only replaces the originals' resonance with the self-conscious "difference" of their descendents.
As her main protagonist retraces the steps of her predecessors, the author writes with her soul in musical evocations as well as in the musicality and eclecticism
of her melodious, rhythmic and sensual prose filled with rhymes, repetitions and musical echoes, embracing the Blues and the Jazz in the vein of Jean Toomer, Langston Hughes, James Baldwin or Ishmael Reed.