Critics opposed such vulgarization
of the medieval; yet, as the authors convincingly argue, such popular interest actually enhanced scholars' abilities to study and protect France's medieval heritage.
Ching is a vulgarization
of Ch'ing, and is not a correct romanization in any system that I'm aware of.
Then there's what gets described alternately as the ongoing liberation or vulgarization
of American culture.
against the commercial vulgarization
of art as a commodity, particularly
In the diaries, he explains himself in 1963 in a way that amounts to both a defense of poetry and a judgment of the reader: "I write in such a way that my poetry would not be understandable to those who have no need for it, trying in this manner to protect it from vulgarization
of my religion is just too much for me to be quiet about it.
Linda Dowling, The Vulgarization
of Art: The Victorians and Aesthetic Democracy (UP of Virginia, 1996), 133 pp.
Only with a great deal of theoretical vulgarization
can NAFTA's advocates lay claim to such potential benefits.
The cartoon and the work both parody the very concept of modernity, but in different registers--indicating the faint fissure between vulgarization
and artistic value, a territory as thin as a razor's edge but one in which Lavier moves slyly, producing unequaled destabilizing effects.
Kristol adds that "Strauss was an intellectual aristocrat who thought that the truth could make some [emphasis Kristol's] minds free, but he was convinced that there was an inherent conflict between philosophic truth and political order, and that the popularization and vulgarization
of these truths might import unease, turmoil and the release of popular passions hitherto held in check by tradition and religion with utterly unpredictable, but mostly negative, consequences.
One important consequence, Bevilacqua believes, of the commercialized vulgarization
of eroticism has been the disappearance of "tenderness" in relations between men and women.
Music has been regarded, at least since the Enlightenment, as the most transient and thus most aesthetic of the arts and the least subject to vulgarization