faddishly


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in a faddish manner

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somewhat faddishly refers to throughout as the "body."
Such farmers question authority and yet follow the law; they are suspicious of the faddishly nontraditional, yet remain highly eccentric themselves; they vote and work for civic projects and group cohesion, and yet tend to be happiest when left alone, these who historically have been democracy's greatest supporters by not quite being convinced of the ultimate wisdom of democracy.
Have we faddishly rushed to investigate first one, then another of this phenomenon's facets?
The enthusiasm that emanates from The View from the Tower will increase the number of turrophiles, but it will also-and that is its greatest merit- serve as a monument to the unaging intellect that seeks to understand itself first on the basis of knowing its own cultural past without, conveniently and faddishly, having to break with it.