For a moment they swayed uncertainly, and then, with mingled and most unscholarly
shrieks, they pitched headlong from the tree, locked in frenzied embrace.
US high schools heartily welcome unscholarly
pursuits because American culture demands it.
Any attempt, therefore, to use them interchangeably is heretical, blasphemous, mischievous, unholy and unscholarly
Kierkegaard and Nietzsche, the two modern philosophers who have had the greatest impact on western culture, although they were learned, were quite unscholarly
, often exhibiting incoherent prose styles, and were not understood at first by many well-educated readers.
entities that derive benefit from academia (authors and their institutes), offering little of benefit in return, i.
This would initiate value judgments of the quality of research publications to drive up quality and discourage unscholarly
Lindfield makes the good point that criticism of Georgian Gothic as unscholarly
was voiced in the 18th century as well as the 19th, not least by Walpole, and that the first person to make a distinction between true 'Gothic' and modern 'Gothick' was Batty Langley, whose invention in 1742 of the five Gothic 'orders' has provoked the disdain of almost everyone who writes on the Gothic revival.
On these latter points the level of scholarship is what we would expect, leading us to suspect that the unscholarly
documentation style may be due to requirements of the publisher in targeting a broad audience.
At every chance, the poem rebukes professional endeavor, to marinate instead in the pleasures of leisure, companionship, and unscholarly
It is as if IEQ's axiomatic view of the necessity of solid knowledge of and prerequisite grounding in the Islamic disciplines for any Qur'anic scholarship worthy of the name must be problematized as some unscholarly
subterfuge designed to evade complexity.
By no means can this work simply be dismissed as unscholarly
although it does not participate in all the norms of academic work; establishing a clear sense of what those norms are--which is not always as obvious as many of us like to pretend--is a useful byproduct of reviewing this work.
It is regrettable to say that the author's presentation of this aspect of his subject is unsatisfactory, unconvincing, unscholarly