anticultural

anticultural

(ˌæntɪˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
against culture or civilization
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in which I have always tended to hear something anticultural, indeed anti-human, even demonic.
Tornou-se anticultural a escolha de um estilo de vida cujos objetivos possam ser, pelo menos em parte, independentes da tecnica, dos seus custos e do seu poder globalizante e massificador.
(Dubuffet's "Anticultural Positions" favors "primitive" over occidental thought processes.) (23)
Nominalism and voluntarism result in an anticultural culture of nihilism, ideology, and violence, even if they are dressed up in the fashionable attire of multicultural, cosmopolitan global citizenship or whatever else is a current imperative in commencement addresses.
The truly sacramental life is opposed to the prevailing cultural norms (or anticultural norms) of materialism and individualism.
Al mismo tiempo ha llenado la rejilla con programas a cual mas vacuo, mas anti informativo, mas anticultural ...
Irish hitmen Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell wait at a Belgian hotel in a bracing antidote to Tarantino's tantrums and Guy Ritchie's anticultural yobbery.