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Wiseman is now in his eighties (born in 1930) and has made more than 30 full-length feature films, mainly ingenuously non-opinionated accounts of American institutions (public high schools, factories, the military, and hospitals), most of which originally aired on PBS.
The major flaw in this approach to Negro music is that it strips the music too ingenuously of its social and cultural intent.
Mpe ingenuously links the recurring theme of suicide and its Africanist scandalous inflection to a touchstone of idioms and proverbs and their social functioning, thus reinforcing the casting of the plot in an Africanist mould dialectically enmeshing with the post-apartheid public space of Welcome to Our Hillbrow jarringly described as post-national by some critics of South African English fiction.
Hardy ingenuously expresses this blast of infatuation through a series of water images that escalate in intensity from drizzle into violent storm.
New alignments formed, composed of the various approaches that had failed to achieve a stable hegemony: "strict construction"-composed of historical, textual and structural elements--vied with a congeries of allegedly more latitudinarian forms--doctrinal, prudential, and ethical methods of interpretation--that its opponents ingenuously decried as "judicial activism.
In 1605 Smyth condemned the Separatist rejection of prayer books: "I doe here ingenuously confesse that I am far from the opinion of them which separate from our church, concerning the set forme of prayer .
We cannot read or react to arguments as timeless or ahistorical, but rather as interwoven expressions of individuals and groups grappling as best they can, or perhaps as ingenuously or manipulatively as they can, with the issues of their time/space perceptual reality.
Bellegarde goes on to let his readers know ingenuously that the Haitian people made the strenuous efforts to acquire not only those "conquete precieuses" ("valuable conquests") but also to live by the principles of the Christian faith.
However, Valen ingenuously leaves it up the audience to decide if the supposed reincarnation took place.
Sloan comes off as ingenuously charming as he consults with costume, set and lighting designers to get their answers to the question, "How is it any of [the actor's] business what the designers do?
It is to Webster's credit that, even in these early volumes, she does not ingenuously present a wholesale solution to the problem of attenuated subjectivity, which seems an unavoidable consequence of living in society.