The ripest fruit of reason the stultification
For these adolescents, typical feelings of constraint and stultification
are amplified by their hometown's edgeless, inoffensive exterior.
This is not easy after a history of stultification
To avoid this state of the stultification
of mind, the grand royal princess of Senegal, Samba's aunt, was obliged to send her nephew to France to study science and technology.
principle imposes 'a very stringent'
Nahma Sandrow, whose Vagabond Stars: A World History of Yiddish Theater (1977) introduced a generation of Yiddish scholars to the delights of Yiddish theater, provides an overview of the genre, while Hasia Diner, one of the deans of American Jewish history and a careful observer of the Jewish-American city, explains why New York City was such fertile soil for the European emigrants fleeing Tsarist repression, economic malaise, or, in the case of the actor, maybe even perceived cultural stultification
Modern science, one of the greatest creations of the human spirit and an unquestioned source of endless, even miraculous, blessings, is widely perceived as the most important cause of stultification
of the human spirit.
Although deregulatory, a superior-preemptive FTC enforcement agenda would hardly reflect the sort of legal and economic stultification
concerns that Sunstein expresses about Lochner.
Walls searches London's ruined cityscape, figured as a museum display of the stultification
of prewar life, for possibilities of renewal that can be activated by affectively attuned cultural encounters.
Past practices of museum education conceived of the viewer as passive relying on the expert to explicate the "correct" meaning of images and artwork amounting to a stultification
wherein spectators are taught that they are incapable of seeing and speaking in relation to what they are viewing (Ranciere, 2008/2009).
that prevailed in Western awareness from the Aufklarung to the scientism of the nineteenth century" (28) and reviews the evils that came hand-in-hand with so-called technical progress in "the oppressed proletariat and the starving Third World," in the "trivialization of existence," in the "atrophy of inner life," in the "increasing alienation of consciousness, blinded to the point of stultification
by the mass media.
Call it Esolen's Law of the Distributive Property of Stultification