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39) And, indeed, few if any of the New York intellectuals participated in the strikes of the 1930s--in part because as early anti-Stalinists, they opposed the Popular Front, but also because intellectuality, not activism, was the crucial feature of their masculine identity.
Lonergan has the resources for retrieving, in the words of Michael Buckley, a distinctively religious form of intellectuality.
Math contests encourage intellectuality and competition which helps them in practical life.
These studies examine factors such as parents' academic aspirations and expectations for their children, their encouragement of intellectuality and reading, and students' inclination for independent study and good work habits.
I love the show because of its idealism, realism and intellectuality.
Of the three colonial archetypes examined in Chapter 1, only Sor Juana represents a possible model of feminine intellectuality, but Hind uses her as an example of the tendency--still current in the twentieth century--to divorce the woman intellectual from the body and biological maternity.
Infected with what Poe called "the mad pride of intellectuality," he was driven to construct a grand narrative in which he played the part of a political St.
He had come to believe that the characteristic intellectuality of the Marxist tradition was so closed-minded, even hermetically-sealed, against empirical controls and dissenting views that it led directly, in ways he not only could specify but also had experienced, to "Stalinism:" to the dictatorship of the proletariat in the form of a proletarian dictator.
According to Geiger "The real art takes place between pure sensitivity and intellectuality.
Sometimes I think (perhaps wrongly) that poets who come up through the MFA route have a falsely idealized intellectuality, because they think that intellectuality is the magic serum that they're going to inject into poetry to lift it above the folderol of an earlier generation.
The enlightenment that the study of religions associates with secondary religions and that Assmann, following Sigmund Freud's and Thomas Mann's terminology, calls a "progress in intellectuality," (16) can indeed be considered an important advance in the history of religions.
In this opera, he examined what he perceived as the instrument of monotheistic belief with its deep thread of intellectuality.