The assumption, reflected in our legal system and countless advice columns, goes something like this: Business vulgarizes
intimacy, and intimacy corrupts business.
The widely cited attack by Lockhart which damns his "sickly fancy" also condemns the way he "profane[s] and vulgarizes
every [classical] association.
and cheapens everything and deprives all the work of its importance.
Though more poetic than your standard studio fare, ``City of Angels'' inevitably vulgarizes
the source material.
Conte notes that while this dinner party vulgarizes
Plato's Symposium, the immediate model is a Latin classic, Horace's Satire 2.
conscience as to how he waters down, distorts, and vulgarizes
Paradoxically, the discrediting of the word reclaims its repetition, an inflation which, upon diffusing it, vulgarizes
it, like the mechanical images that Andy Warhol multiplies, demystifying the object: but the same process invalidates the image, its repetition, and, upon its exposure (in the Maos or Marilyns, the faces of Warhol Sc Co.
As the title of his article suggests, Fukuyama, vulgarizes
Hegel to the point of absurdity, by delivering a racist and colonialist justification that "Through the two world wars in this century .