Not only did the emotionalist
PM publish a stream of unflattering news reports and editorials, but more reserved publications, such as the New York Times, also published news articles and analysis about the North Africa controversy that added to the pressure on the Roosevelt administration (Figure 3).
225), the appeal of the movement is 'emotionalist
rather than intellectualist' (p.
She indicated, however, that it was wrong to "get emotional and angry" and "complain" about the environmental problems caused by others, because it spread hatred ("Emotionalist
The French Revolution was influenced largely by Rousseau, who is an overt emotionalist
. It's the American Revolution that was based in reason.
In spite of Davies's deep commitment to the emotionalist
thesis that music is objectively linked to emotions, his account has some surprising affinities with the formalist position.
If you were an emotionalist
, in Rand's sense of the term, you would most likely condemn him.
(52) Bernhardt constructed herself as an emotionalist
actress who completely identifies with her role, stating for instance in L'Art du theatre, published posthumously in 1823 and in English in 1824, that she does not agree with the controlled way of acting of her famous colleague Constant Coquelin.
In general, the emotionalist
defense of the Earth--think of Al Gore--now is a vital part of the liberalism of our day.