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Future Hype: The Myths Of Technology Change by Bob Seidensticker (a 25 year veteran of the technology industry and holder of thirteen software patents) is an iconoclastic collection of "insider insights" debunking common misconceptions about the role, function, and progress of technology.
This is the best foe Pollack could find for an iconoclastic lightning rod like Gehry?
The Health Disparities Myth: Diagnosing The Treatment Gap is an iconoclastic study of the differentials and variables in treatment of hospital patients and the prejudice which doctors may have in their treatment choices based upon race.
A New Reformation is very strongly recommended and iconoclastic reading, and to be given high praise as an outstandingly informative and quite comprehensive study of the Christian movement, especially the Catholic church, and a coherent presentation of the more progressive aspects of the Christian religion in modern times.
No more black boxes', declared Peter Sellars, the iconoclastic director and member of the WAC faculty.
However, a degree of independence from modernist isms, an idiosyncratic agenda, a wry and iconoclastic sense of humor, and an occasional fetish for highly crafted objects link some of Nauman's concerns to the culture and traditions of the area.
How nice it would be if more companies would adopt this iconoclastic approach to motivating the work force.
Moustafa is a master at historical research and has often brought to the study of history (especially Egyptian history) a novel and iconoclastic perspective that is buttressed by impeccable research and an articulate presentation of often surprising and long obscured data.
A handful of artists, academics and journalists, however, thought Funnyhouse and its creator brilliant; and the following year, The Owl Answers was produced, continuing Kennedy's bold, iconoclastic experiment with the dramatic form.
But the volume, which also includes a CD of performances, interviews, and commentary narrated by Nat Hentoff, also drives home a point as iconoclastic as the man himself: Lenny Bruce just isn't that funny anymore--if in fact he ever was.
The book's overall tone is realistic and occasionally iconoclastic, not an antiwar screed, but a coolly objective look at themes long thought sacred.