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In 1792, Mary Wollstonecraft wrote in her book: "Strengthen the female mind by enlarging it and there will be an end to blind obedience but as blind obedience is ever sought by power, tyrants and sensualists are in the right when they endeavor to keep women in the dark because the former only wants slaves, and the latter a play thing.
On one end, you have the melodic sensualists " Drake and post-Drake " who baked in the songwriting and emotion of R&B and pop to make hip-hop a globally accessible force.
with snow-birding retirees than with the me-first sensualists that an Avista, if built, would target.
This technological advancement shows that users of digital visual culture are sensualists rather than readers; above all, they seek visual pleasure and physical stimulation.
With pessimism hard to match or refute, he said the last stage of cultural development might best be described by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: "Specialists without spirit, sensualists without heart; this nullity imagines that it has attained a level of civilization never before achieved.
But the unabashed sensualists continue the incestuous relationship, ecstatic, tempestuous, passionate and tragic, not only after discovering they're kin late in adolescence but also through Ada's marriage and, indeed, until the end of the novel in 1967 when Ada is 94 and Van 97.
Incredibly, this nasty painting- brawny, gloating, dark-skinned demons dragging terrified sensualists off to eternal punishment--was somehow deemed to be less unpleasant than his more characteristic pictures.
Bright's memoir, her fifteenth book, begins with her birth to two linguists--"literary sensualists," who soon found they couldn't stand each other.
The sensualists," meaning clerics who freely admitted they live in conflict with church teaching, but who seemed relatively untroubled by the contradiction.
Among well known sensualists are behaviorists and linguists like Benjumin Lee Whorf, Edward Sapir, Vygotsky, Bloomfield, Skinner, Watson and many others.
Dibble and Okamoto are red-hot sensualists in "How Deep Is the Ocean," among other numbers.
Technocrats, Weber argued, would not solve humanity's problems but would bring about, rather, a world of "specialists without spirit, sensualists without heart.