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In general, the emotionalist defense of the Earth--think of Al Gore--now is a vital part of the liberalism of our day.
The present article aims to take a careful and sober inquiry into origins of this crisis in contrast to the emotionalist "pitchfork" attitude that has captured our nation.
12) The period of virtually ten years between the penning of Jungmann's notes and Ziegler's also show that Meissner persisted in his Ossianic prejudice (which corresponded to his emotionalist conception of aesthetics).
The four themes were labelled Rationalist; Strategist; Environmentalist; and Emotionalist.
Obviously, this is not always so: anything, however emotionalist, which is devised to suit a conscious scheme is intellectual, in this bad sense.