This book is a masterpiece of apologetics that convinces not through the authority of Scripture alone but more effectively, in this undoctrinaire
age, through the application of reason and natural law.
Plenty of Chinese pics have critiqued the country's economic dash to market, but none has done it in such an undoctrinaire
Maitland's eminently practical and undoctrinaire
approach to editing Anglo-Norman legal records.
However, he attributed the PS's undoctrinaire
and non-ideological politics to Puerto Rican political tradition, Santiago Iglesias' personality, and Samuel Gompers' influence.
Indeed it was remarkable the extent to which Clinton managed, in an undoctrinaire
way and despite his own domestic scandals, to reinstate the United States as the honest power broker of first resort in the world's trouble spots, a tribute not just to American power but to a restoration of international trust in the good offices of the president.
But he was as undoctrinaire
about the Nabis' program as he was about every other program.
Getaz adds that the approach to winemaking is similarly undoctrinaire
: they make students aware of techniques used in making both "terroir" and designer wines "Because," says Getaz, "if an internship or a job opens up at a winery abroad that does designer wine, why should our students not have the option to apply?"
Each of the main chapters opens with a short introductory section (a page or so) in which Shulman isolates the quality that makes that chapter's subject-writer valuable (for example, LeSueur's "people's culture" and feminist challenge to the male-dominated Communist Party, Herbst's "undoctrinaire
" negative capability).
Surely the case made here for the authenticity of Updike's religious search is strong enough, sufficiently supple and undoctrinaire
, to permit the unconvinced their full voice.
While refreshingly undoctrinaire
, White Teeth includes much on the subject.
is characteristically undoctrinaire
and at his creative best in excerpting from an unpublished account of a fictional sister of Alexis de Tocqueville, who writes (contrary to her brother's famous observations) that the U.S.
Coe is equally undoctrinaire
in his attitude toward those untouchables - the traffickers in antiquities, the dealers, collectors, and fringe operators - who violate rules yet possess considerable empirical knowledge.