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debase and make vulgar

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In that, then, her usage of these terms is apt for categories of historically implanted, vulgarized identifications affecting the populace of ADPs and delimited in use to ethical professional cogitation only like herein.
The loss of the metaphysical sciences, and hence the loss of the study of sacred meanings symbolized by natural phenomena as well, has contributed greatly to the vulgarized view of nature today, which in turn has allowed for the ill treatment of it.
A Californian scholar of early Modern Latin wrote in the thirties, that all the Reformation is just a vulgarized part of the neo-Stoic humanist program of the late Renaissance (Meylon 1937).
The discipline of Philology is almost lost in our schools of study, but the philological pursuit is worth reviving at this time when the language of the Humanities seems to have lost out to pseudo-scientific, soft-social scientific, crypto-philosophical, and vulgarized media and communication studies.
Paul Gay (Comte Des Grieux) had some understanable difficulty conveying the nobility of his character in this vulgarized staging and consequently was not at his best vocally.
However, director of the Education Inspection Dzordze Arsov vulgarized the protests, describing them as "chaos".
If man is merely an accident or epiphenomenon of physical processes, how can we secure his dignity or his rights except on the basis of the shifting will of an increasingly vulgarized mass consciousness?
As the mass murder of millions of innocent people is trivialized and vulgarized," contends Rosenfeld, a professor of Jewish Studies and English at the University of Indiana, "a catastrophic history, bloody to its core, is lightened of its historical burden and gives up the sense of scandal that necessarily should attend it.
Taking the first part of Pandre as the Polish honorific Pan ("Sir" or "Lord"), and adding a letter to the second syllable to form the Yiddish drek ("excrement"), Yiddish speakers spoke derisively of Yoshke Pan Drek, applying to Jesus Christ a name roughly equivalent to a vulgarized version of Joe the Plumber.
Henry James bluntly termed the whole riddle as 'clumsy conventional expensive materialized vulgarized brutalized life'.
Some considered this practice of radical atheism of Albania's former communist leader as an expression of the rigid, vulgarized and simplified grasping of religion as opium for the people despite of Marx's well-known definition on religion, which many people used without knowing its original formulation, is not opium for the people.
The next generation of economists vulgarized and twisted Keynes' thoughts.
Frye's grand synoptic vision became vulgarized into thematic criticism, epitomized by Atwood's deplorable Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature.
Our intellectuals and their liberal supporters abroad will keep chewing and regurgitating the cud of the lack of precision and the inapplicability of human rights instruments to the heirs of the holocaust till the whole issue gets vulgarized and enveloped in a haze of a delegitimizing discourse and accusations of anti-Semitism.
However, a reevaluation of its possibilities occurred as well: The brushstroke was deflated, parodied, vulgarized, sexualized, narrativized.