undiscerning


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lacking discernment

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But there is a fine line between guilt-ridden gazers and thoughtless gawkers, and the success of live models indicates the ease with which this delicate aesthetic mechanism can be lost on an undiscerning audience, simplified into a sadomasochistic fantasy that aligns the viewer's gaze with the orientalized Turk's.
The undiscerning young ticket buyers that Hollywood has long counted on to turn out weekend after weekend are suddenly discerning.
This is both an undiscerning and ruthless disease that, if allowed, will not hesitate to cut down anyone and everyone regardless of who they might be.
For Dickinson, one sign of an undiscerning, or self-deluding, mind--whether of poetic, practical, or scientific bent--is that it presumes to be able to define and understand fully what the creatures and objects of the natural world are and mean.
Improbably shaped White Dee proving that being vaguely normal turns you into a firm favourite with the undiscerning viewers.
True, Lebanon today offers a grim picture for the undiscerning observer as the relative institutional vacuum, the intervention of Lebanese factions of various obedience on both sides of the Syrian conflict, the influx of refugees, the increasing budget deficit and the weakness in several macroeconomic parameters, all seem to constitute a highly uncertain political and economic outlook.
Highly entertaining, "Brain: The Man Who Wrote the Book That Changed the World" is recommended reading--especially for anyone who has ever set about trying to get something of quality published only to see hackneyed flack work be received enthusiastically by an undiscerning public.
The Monza (spoiler and all) was put out of its misery by some undiscerning carthieves in a sleepy corner of Cape Town almost 10 years ago to this day.
11) Episteme is "ideology" in these undiscerning terms.
When workers are paid -- many of whom are in their undiscerning teenage years -- hourly rates at or near the minimum wage, as most fast food joints do, we can't pretend that we expect them to take their jobs seriously.
With their maps, measurements, slide-rules and pencils, undiscerning Cardiff planners are to slash off for ever segments of our precious green belt, condemning them to be part of the continuously encroaching concrete environment.
Furthermore, the overabundance of dreams, concluding with an epiphany of Osiris that is much less compelling for the reader than that of Isis, combined with the knowledge of Lucius' undiscerning nature during the first ten books, raises suspicion about whether he has really changed.
Committed to spoken or written word, literature assumes a serial form, progressing by means of letters spoken in air or inscribed--all of which constantly remain under threat of dissolution, forgetting, or physical destruction by earthquakes, fires and undiscerning hands.
My first thought was that even the undiscerning traveller going out in the noonday sun of the Anna-UPA arena might be moved to pack up bag and Baedeker and hie back to hearth, home and football hooliganism.