unorthodoxy


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Again, being an exception to Ryan's scheme is perhaps a sign of my unorthodoxy but not an argument either for or against the power of my IA concept.
Kevin Pietersen and Eoin Morgan add unorthodoxy, variety and quick scoring.
Her entire working life has been punctuated by unorthodoxy, her kaleidoscopic CV peppered with a colourful mix of academic qualifications and varied roles in the legal, social economics and regeneration sectors.
There are many who have benefited from his quiet unorthodoxy without ever being aware.
In Trento, we could look to find ways of retrieving a model of theology that does not rush to declare orthodoxy and unorthodoxy, but rather one more anxious about whether we are understanding the challenges facing us in the first place.
Courts have recognized that "a measure of unorthodoxy, confusion and delay is likely, perhaps inevitable in pro se cases.
Given that the world economy has still not recovered from the deepest financial crisis in 80 years, it is not surprising that policymaking is in flux and that unorthodoxy is in fashion.
32) The Court acknowledged the government's strong investigative duty in national security matters, but also noted that "Fourth Amendment protections become more necessary when the targets of official surveillance may be suspected of unorthodoxy in their political beliefs.
What makes a work avant-garde is not that it fails to provide for aesthetic experience at all, but that it provides for aesthetic experience in an unusual way--an unorthodoxy to which many members of an audience will naturally be unaccustomed, and so by default relatively unreceptive.
While he retains ethical justifications and continues as a kind of Robin Hood helping the poor and abused, his move from a position of orthodoxy to one of complete unorthodoxy is undeniable.
This was due to a combination of his prodigious and advanced scientific writings--especially in the field optics, for example--his mention of wondrous mechanical automata in his writings, and his censure by the Catholic Church--a censure which has been attributed, at least in part, to the unorthodoxy of his scientific views.