Clare did so,--for gross sensualism
, in any form, was not the peculiar temptation of his nature.
On this platform one lives in a sty of sensualism
, and would soon come to suicide.
humors,' each, in spite of individual traits, the embodiment of some one abstract vice--cowardice, sensualism
, hypocrisy, or what not.
Worst, when this sensualism
intrudes into the education of young women, and withers the hope and affection of human nature by teaching that marriage signifies nothing but a housewife's thrift, and that woman's life has no other aim.
DeRubeis, a Los Angeles native, will unveil new artwork during his solo exhibition, "Abstract Sensualism
," held Oct.
Talvet's poems synthesize intellectualism and sensualism
, conceptuality and eidetic mental impressions, satire and suave contemplation.
The fact that Duns Scotus, a Franciscan friar who was supposed to repudiate Aristotelian sensualism
, was forced on the other hand to save it on the grounds of the so-called Christian realism indicates the complexities of the thinking of the era and the discretion demanded in dealing with it (Gilson 1950:269-272).
These obscene songs promoted sensualism
and profligacy, and corrupted the Florentine youth.
In times like these, so sunk in sensualism
, I hail with joy your voice, speaking an assured word for God and immortality, and my joy is heightened that these words are of woman's divinings.
Regarding Juliet's character, Pearce claims that she begins as an innocent who is respectful of religious belief and imagery, but quickly falls into sensualism
under Romeo's corrupting influence.
at 45; see also Clor, supra note 2, at 33 ("Liberal society requires a countervailing ethic operating to restrain the excesses of individualism and sensualism
which it tends to incite.
See Gallagher on Southey's revulsion against "Malthus's sensualism
," in "The Romantics and the political economists," 104.