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'humors,' each, in spite of individual traits, the embodiment of some one abstract vice--cowardice, sensualism, hypocrisy, or what not.
Worst, when this sensualism intrudes into the education of young women, and withers the hope and affection of human nature by teaching that marriage signifies nothing but a housewife's thrift, and that woman's life has no other aim.
Clare did so,--for gross sensualism, in any form, was not the peculiar temptation of his nature.
On this platform one lives in a sty of sensualism, and would soon come to suicide.
The Strings duo enthralled the audience with their stunning performance while bands like sensualism and others also rocked the event.
This notion of economy positioned against excess (defined as immoderation--a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits), all but cancels and even derogates the extravagant (read cheap) sensationalism, or indeed sensualism, of the pictorial stage.
The Unitarian James Freeman Clarke had discouraged all efforts "to explain soul out of sense" by "deducing mind from matter." Similarly, Orestes Brownson explained his purpose in launching the new Boston Quarterly Review as "seeking something profounder and more inspiring than the heartless sensualism of the last century"--that is, the eighteenth century of Enlightenment.
But instead of such narrow sensualism, idealism is better understood as the broader view that reality is confined to what is experienced, where the extra compass indicated by that term comes from acknowledging the inescapably conceptual or interpretative element in all of our cognition.
1) Sensation: supported by the worldviews known as empiricism, sensualism, sensationalism.
Apparently they were shooting an intimate scene of hers with Nawazuddin, when the director became insistent on adding some more sensualism and kissing.
In these works in red chalk Robert's sensualism and spontaneity (sharpened by his relationship with Fragonard) jostled alongside architectural volumes and a powerfully geometric conception of space (Fig.
A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity.