Hart later argued that Bentham's efforts amount to a "spectacular non sequitur
The non sequitur
as the foundation of Kurtzman's assault on postwar mass culture was an argument about brainwashing, passivity, entertainment reduced to mindless consumption, and any other fear-of-mass-culture shibboleth current in the '50s.
The first of these uses nonsense and non sequitur
to ridicule the failure of the American Dream.
This non sequitur
was so appealing to him that he repeated it in six more columns.
Only the opening - someone starts to describe the most disgusting vaudeville act ever - and the non sequitur
punch line are consistent.
To suggest that by raising the alleged duplicity of the Prime Minister, Mr Price and his colleagues are somehow insulting the British forces fighting in Iraq is about as glaring a non sequitur
as could be imagined.
Pat Graney is best known lately For her large, enigmatic dance-theater works, but she has a quirky sense of humor and a knack for the non sequitur
The Dadaists exalted absurdity and incongruity, the art of non sequitur
, in works that surprised, shocked, and seethed with anti war and anti society sentiments.
Fast-and-shallow is the non sequitur
raised by pop-culture writing to a distorted art form.
Obviously, we misjudged how different people would react to Wiley Miller's Non Sequitur
syndicated cartoon published by the New Straits Times last Monday,'' the newspaper said.
They have apparently not realised the non sequitur
in the statement since tuition fees and grants are two separate issues.
It might seem an odd comparison, but Money's voice and predicament--particularly the non sequitur
series of letters to Sean Penn--bring to mind Bellow's Herzog.