antimaterialist

antimaterialist

(ˌæntɪməˈtɪərɪəlɪst)
adj
opposed to materialism
n
a person opposed to materialism
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Like so many antimaterialist arguments, however, his focuses on mental phenomena.
For EBB, spiritualism ushered in a new antimaterialist age and erased divisions of nation, race, class, and gender as well as the barrier between life and death.
In exploring this connection, I depart from the entrenched critical tendency to highlight an antimaterialist, anticonventional stance, fuelled by an irreconcilable conflict between the ideal and the real, as the ideological and psychological core of Scapigliatura in general, and Tarchetti's writing in particular.
If 1898 encouraged the emergence of an antimaterialist intellectual movement in Latin America, it was hardly evident in the discourse of Brazilian-Argentine rapprochement.
But they also influenced western radicals, disappointed in the failures to mobilize among the urban working classes, who turned to antimaterialist counterculture ideas.
Moore goes on to suggest that because Marlowe disapproves of his hero's antinomian tendencies, he changes the historical record to make Tamburlaine die of illness rather than old age in order to demonstrate the folly of such an antimaterialist attitude (149).
Another version of this question could follow from early accounts of the city's essentially (and paradoxical) antimaterialist basis.
Axis perversion or rejection of religion had reinforced the NCCJ's commitment to an antisecular, antimaterialist ideology.
Furthermore, the unctuous antimaterialist sermon contradicts his own aching self-pity on inheriting "but poor a thousand crowns" (1.
That said, Manchester provides good evidence for a definition of "intelligentsia" that takes in a broader swath of educated society than simply the revolution-minded, by demonstrating that popovichi across political lines shared many of the antimaterialist and antipluralist values previously associated only with the revolutionary intelligentsia.
We cannot reasonably ask for a clearer report of Anaxagorean dysteleology--and, I would add, the strictly emergent character of mentality from physicality, an extension easily inferred from Plato's antimaterialist argument in Laws 10 that soul pre-exists body.
In his close examination of Rojas's nationalist itinerary, Degio-vanni shows how the antimaterialist, traditionalist, and moralizing nationalist underpinnings of Cosmopolis (1908) would lead to the exacerbated intolerance and anti-immigration reaction of his later works.