The tributes that Bryant gained from across the political spectrum, including a 1954 knighthood and (thirteen years afterward) the far rarer privilege of being made a Companion of Honor, came from Churchill and from Stanley Baldwin--perhaps predictable sympathizers, in view of Bryant's instinctive, nondoctrinaire
Toryism--but also from Labour leaders, above all Clement Attlee, Harold Wilson, and Michael Foot.
Frenesi identifies the New Left's strength in the pluralistic, nondoctrinaire
, and communitarian impulses that Goodman associates with American anarchism.
I also turned to Lansdale because the success he assisted with required minimal time, minimal money, and a minimal footprint--but a great deal of nondoctrinaire
thinking and a willing partner.
Its architects, moreover, were sometimes passionate, but nondoctrinaire
Skillfully interweaving the stories of five different servicemen from four different conflicts, "The Good Soldier" is a surprisingly nondoctrinaire
docu about antiwar veterans flint marches to its own drummer.
As Peck states, Couse's later work, with its strong coloration and loose brushwork, revealed a radical departure from that of Bouguereau, perhaps a by-product of the nondoctrinaire
teaching at the Academie Julian or a result of the influence of Henri.
Morey, in a highly eccentric and nondoctrinaire
series of articles, has deployed Kant as a hermeneutic key to Dickinson's poems much as New does Kierkegaard.
If, back in my twenties, when I was in serious existential trouble, I had shopped around for a spiritual tradition, I probably would have plunked for something pacific and nondoctrinaire
in the Buddhist or Taoist line, though my big problem there would have been that I can't sit still too long.
Myers recommends a nondoctrinaire
theism ("leaving theologians and atheists to duke it out over the ancient what-is-truth question"), but it is practically contentless.
Gilley is astute to link Jiang's early leadership styles exhibited during these years - as a nonthreatening, nondoctrinaire
, and competent technocrat - to his long survival and steady rise.
If only philosophers were as agreeable and nondoctrinaire
as Lutz's portrayal of Socrates.