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fogyism, fogeyism

an adherence to old-fashioned or conservative ideas and intolerance of change, often coupled with dullness or slowness of personality. — fogyish, fogeyish, adj.
See also: Attitudes
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I laughed, as I so often have, at his affected fogeyism, but then a terrible thought gripped me: "Am I turning into Jacob Rees-Mogg?" At this point the only thing that united us was a concern for correct grammar.
Having endured editor venting spleen to this point and degree, perhaps many readers will roll their eyes, sigh, and relegate me to the amorphous dimension of hopeless fogeyism. To avoid that fate, please allow me to use this opportunity to announce that we are, in fact, moving forward with an electronic format option for Journal of Singing.