emotionalism


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If Emotionalism got The Avett Brothers noticed, it was their 2009 album, I and Love and You, which took the band to another level.
In fact, one may wonder whether such a view is too moderate to be an attractive version of emotionalism.
One suspects that for aestheticism here we need to read emotionalism or some such like.
Ordinary People is American cinema's iconic, triumphant case for the life-saving superiority of Jewish emotionalism over WASPy repression.
In opposition of any division we observe profuse emotionalism like the cultural fabric being ruptured, identities being blurred, continuity of tradition being broken and an optimal economic entity being disturbed.
It is hardly identical--except for the purposes of partisan caricature--with the distinction between intelligence and emotionalism, rationality and anger, or responsibility and pandering.
READING the letters concerning Lleucu Meinir's protest, I'm noting that the debate seems to be falling into emotionalism, as so many debates involving the Welsh language seem to.
Pakistan remains a victim of hostility in global media and cynicism, negativism and emotionalism promoted by our own private print and electronic media networks.
It is always interesting to follow Pak-US relations, which is an intriguing mosaic of realism and emotionalism.
One of the epochal changes in British literature is the shift from the mid-Victorian celebration of familial life, such as that found in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, to modernist portrayals of alienation from the family and rejection of the moralizing and emotionalism of Victorian familialism such as embodied in Oscar Wilde's comment that "One must have a heart of stone to read the death of Little Nell without laughing.
His stepmother has had a premonition of deadly danger and has begged him not to travel in this train but he is unimpressed by her emotionalism and insists on taking the first train that arrives.
When Rubin heard their 2007 album Emotionalism, he signed them to his American Recordings label.
St John 3,8 CONVERSATION is a miracle - the miracle of the unspectacular: a moral transformation which needs neither fireworks nor high emotionalism.
Palmer's "naked faith" insisted that experience of sanctification transcended mere feeling, removing the suggestion that she proffered emotionalism or insistence on certain experiences.
Also now the duo had become a vehicle for display: quiet emotionalism in Tchaikovsky's poignant Melodie: Souvenir d'un Lieu Cher, and rasping virtuosity in Bartok's Romanian Folk Dances.