that is because you are dilettantish
The public had undoubtedly ordained Davy a genius, yet his sometimes dilettantish
practice seemed to work against the very disciplinary justifications that followed from his discoveries.
There are, however, a discerning few whose admirable American sensibilities caused them to rejoice about Grantham's loss: ''Now perhaps this amiable but dilettantish
toff will get off his duff and get a job.
Splatters, dabs, and painterly touches appear casually brushed on, and this sense of ease fosters an impression of dilettantish
Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, but to be young and dilettantish
fornicators living off the Israeli taxpayer's teat was very heaven.
For recent pointed criticism of the artistic alliance between Taymor and twenty-first century Disney, see Fedderson and Richardson, who claim that "Taymor's ability to negotiate the worlds of art, commerce, and war bespeaks a disturbing and dilettantish
eclecticism" (2009, 86).
ministrations of some dilettantish
interior decorator--whereas, in fact,
Yet Brooks's assumption "that Faulkner was quite aware that he had set Gavin on a sort of dilettantish
exercise and that he meant for his reader to recognize as much" (94) is a peculiar opinion given the unambiguous deference that everyone in "Knight's Gambit" must pay to Stevens's T:
Lurie's assessment of Faulkner's bipartite practice may be extended to the larger aesthetic tension of this decade, as by the 1930s, artists were increasingly having to consider that to ignore the material or forms of mass culture or to simply make an occasional, dilettantish
nod toward them were no longer sufficient strategies with which to confront this "monster"; instead, there was now evolving an accelerated and never-ending loop between high and low with which the writer, like the visual artist, must by nature, albeit often perilously, engage.
And yet the rabbinic students and their congregations know there is more to creative liturgy than simply the happenstance, "kindergarten" dilettantish
sincerity that Madsen describes.
Heidegger in America is a sprawling book, but it is not shallow or dilettantish
He was hardly a yeshiva bocher himself, but his thought was that we could do a little bonding through study and arrive at a dilettantish
understanding of the Talmudic style.