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In this new food space, healthier foods like maas, bread or pap enjoy limited popularity than in previous times, because they are associated with the days that were linked to hardship or they are considered unmodern.
The response in the outraged Chinese media was violent, with the country's veteran striker Hao Haidong telling the China Daily: "What this guy said really shows how unmodern he is.
Lu Xun is hardly exceptional in this, but he is somewhat unmodern.
Conversation on Willy Thayer's The Unmodern Crisis of the Modern University".
Habitat, though, offered a declension of the modern with a set of references and feelings that in the 50s would have been decidedly unmodern.
31) John Dewey, Unmodern Philosophy and Modern Philosophy (Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2012), p.
Meanwhile, a vicar with a thoroughly unmodern taste for musicals was hilariously rebuffed by all four panellists.
Instead, local knowledge is connoted as being unmodern and unscientific and thus has to be replaced by the rational knowledge that the middle class acquires in universities.
The Jewish "dream of a moving Moses" was of a kind with the plastic aesthetics of Winckelmann, Lessing, Heine and others, but Biemann identifies something more: a type of statue-love that was unchristian, unromantic, unmodern, unrequited--a love known firsthand by the people whose God commands them, "Love me
Nur eine altere osterreichische Studie stellt noch fest, dass "Oko-Mode" auch von LOHAS als eher langweilig und unmodern wahrgenommen werde (Mert 2010).
Dhows in the Red Sea were subjected to tighter restriction based on the idea that they were often used in the uncivilized and unmodern African slave trade to Arab lands.
Those original editors, to be sure, operated under standards of taste, custom, and style that no longer apply but which in that era entailed numerous editorial decisions: extra- or nonliterary standards were dictated by the editorial decisions; others were dictated by the editors' stylistic tastes, their very unmodern sense of what makes a novel good (or at least salable).