Lukas, vice president of policy at the Independent Women's Forum, presents plenty of standard-and correct--answers to the various conceits
of women studies' departments in the opening chapters of her book.
This was the conceit
that inspired the psihuska, or psychiatric gulag, where "delusional" people who rebelled against the benevolent Soviet state were forcibly "cured" of their "anti-social" attitudes.
Sunshine Has Rain begins by laying the groundwork in describing Channa as an overachiever and someone who has it all, basically to the point of conceit
This reinvent-the-wheel attitude is a conceit
common to all great social and political movements.
For Tokar, BT/GE encapsulates the intellectual conceit
and political economic tyranny of a technology gone way off-track.
It was far too easy to recall a similar moment in Mark Morris' Hard Nut, not to mention the central conceit
of David Parsons' The Envelope.
Another Reformation conceit
we may want to put away is that things are getting better.
is clever, but while Finn occasionally references the terrain as "Siva," as though it is, indeed, an archaeologist's dig site, essentially, the book is an eclectic survey of what has become the epicenter of high tech.
Thus, in Washington, the conceit
that life amid the political establishment resembles high school, which would seem a serviceable jumping-off place for some more trenchant point, is the point, made at such excruciating length that the reader is finally tempted to disagree with it, if only to achieve traction.
TRIBAL RITES "The conceit
used by Survivor, that is, throwing together a group of nervous strangers in an unfamiliar, high-pressure environment, their every move is carefully watched as they wait for the next person to bug out, seemed oddly familiar.
2] 'Curtain Wall House' in Tokyo, 1993-95, by Shigeru Ban, based on the delightful conceit
of a literal curtain, and glazed facades that 'can be opened and closed to alter the view and environmental effects such as light and wind'.
Later in the book, Lamont adds that religions "teach a cosmology of conceit
and a superstitious anthropomorphism that militates against humanity's true good in this one and only life.
As artistic director of La Jolla Playhouse, Hamburger was responsible for a six-play season, during which she led the development of programming from creative conceit
to fully mounted productions on the Playhouse stages.
With this conceit
of hedonism in full play, Suren helps Jansson with the heavy lifting.
The Caribbean West Indian conceit
that instilled in and was created by Bert Williams's blackface also found the same release in Lincoln Perry, without blackface via Stepin Fetchit.