0 that he believes has epochally
supplanted what has gone before--then on page 375 he says, 'this is the point in the book where I have to make a confession.
He was as Lord Black, chairman of the Telegraph Group, writes in a perceptive foreword to this uniquely interesting book, a talented media proprietor, an epochally
stylish titan and a considerable though erratic influence on public policy.
We're still vamping, epochally
speaking, in the "post-Cold War era"--an admission that we don't know where we are, only where we've just been.
22) Williams saw a related but distinct risk in a Marxian legacy of attempts to categorize cultural forms epochally
, rather than contingently.
Projected above the entrance to the show, Andy Warhol's intentionally - and epochally
- boring silent film, Empire, 1964, is stripped of its most salient feature, its durational character, and the movie becomes as static as a slide projection.