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He rejected the eclectic and cluttered classical styles so common at the turn of the twentieth century as irrelevant to the modern times.
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rejected and eclectic
Tensions within the band and its management resulted in an album that is highly eclectic in terms of its musical aesthetics, to the point that it has been rejected by the band's core audience as not being a Helloween album at all.
rejected and classical
The possible existence of a genuine Atlantis was discussed throughout classical antiquity, but it was usually rejected and occasionally parodied by later authors.
The Conservative prime minister, Benjamin Disraeli, rejected classical liberalism altogether and advocated Tory Democracy.
However, classical liberals rejected Adam Smith's belief that the " invisible hand " would lead to general benefits and embraced Thomas Malthus ' view that population expansion would prevent any general benefit and David Ricardo's view of the inevitability of class conflict.
In 2006 ICS and INQUA reached a compromise that made Quaternary a subera, subdividing Cenozoic into the old classical Tertiary and Quaternary, a compromise that was rejected by International Union of Geological Sciences because it split both Neogene and Pliocene in two.
Webb rejected the grand classical style and based the design on British vernacular architecture expressing the texture of ordinary materials, such as stone and tiles, with an asymmetrical and quaint building composition.
Hogarth also rejected Lord Shaftesbury's then current ideal of the classical Greek male in favour of the living, breathing female.
Nevertheless, they idealized tradition, folklore, classical thought, leadership ( as exemplified by Frederick the Great ), rejected the liberalism of the Weimar Republic, and called the German state the Third Reich ( which traces back to the medieval First Reich and the pre-Weimar Second Reich ).
Nevertheless, it seems undeniable that all the major classical economics and Marx explicitly rejected the labor theory of price ().
Industrial relations was formed with a strong problem-solving orientation that rejected both the classical economists ’ laissez faire solutions to labor problems and the Marxist solution of class revolution.
Bodin rejected the biblical Four Monarchies model, taking an unpopular position at the time, as well as the classical theory of a Golden Age for its naivety.
However, the often tragic endings of classical drama were rejected out of a sense of decorum: early writers of opera seria librettos such as Apostolo Zeno felt that virtue should be rewarded and shown triumphant.
As Robert Clouse writes about this event “ the Progressives showed considerable agreement in what they opposed, but were less united in what they wished to create .” The Brethren Church had rejected classical liberal theology in 1921 with " The Message of the Brethren Ministry ," written by J. Allen Miller and McClain.
Chicago macroeconomic theory rejected Keynesianism in favor of monetarism until the mid-1970s, when it turned to new classical macroeconomics heavily based on the concept of rational expectations.
Initially rejected by Warner Brothers, Senat showed the project to the President of Time Warner International Broadcasting, Tom McGrath, himself a former classical musician and conductor.
The station rejected the " BBC Radio 3 " style of presentation and took as its model New York's WNYC and WGMS in Washington, D. C., with their more populist mix of talk, light classical music, new artists and crossover classical records.
Local realism is a significant feature of classical mechanics, of general relativity, and of electrodynamics ; but quantum mechanics largely rejects this principle due to the theory of distant quantum entanglements, an interpretation rejected by Einstein in the EPR paradox but subsequently apparently quantified by Bell's inequalities.
Modern criticism at first compared the new works unfavourably with the classical ideals of the past but these standards were soon rejected as too artificial.
Its main influences were Ivan Pavlov, who investigated classical conditioning although he did not necessarily agree with behaviorism or behaviorists, Edward Lee Thorndike, John B. Watson who rejected introspective methods and sought to restrict psychology to experimental methods, and B. F. Skinner who conducted research on operant conditioning.
Cariou started acting in Winnipeg at the Manitoba Theatre Centre and later at the Stratford, Ontario, tackling classical roles like King Lear, Macbeth, Prospero, Coriolanus, Brutus, Petruchio, Iago, Oberon, and Henry V. He was offered a scholarship at the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal but, married with a young child and financial responsibilities, he rejected it.
It begins with an analysis of the theory of metaphor and its relationship with the concepts of Freudian Unconscious and Marxian concept of ideology. It is argued that in their classical form Dhvani and Rasa are not useful in reading modern texts. Rasa is rejected as such, and the Dhvani theory is given a more prosaic interpretation along the lines suggested by Mukulabhatta.
rejected and styles
He initially trained in Wing Chun, but later rejected well-defined martial art styles, favouring instead the use of techniques from various sources, in the spirit of his personal martial arts philosophy, which he dubbed Jeet Kune Do ( The Way of the Intercepting Fist ).
Korteling had rejected the Impressionist movement and other modern trends, as decadent, degenerate art, and his strong personal influence probably later led van Meegeren to rebuff contemporary styles and paint exclusively in the style of the Dutch Golden Age.
This, however, was rejected by some members of the Communist party, who did not appreciate modern styles such as Impressionism and Cubism, since these movements existed before the revolution and were thus associated with " decadent bourgeois art.
Productions rejected formal acting styles that were prevalent at the time and they built the " fourth wall.
This invented style sheds light upon the real styles of Spain, most notably flamenco although the band rejected all musical purism, preferring to mix arrangements of traditional compositions with their own melodies and combining instruments from Ancient Egypt, classical Greek and Roman times with modern saxophones and electric bass.
Chappis is also credited along with the architect Denis Pradelle with creating a modern, functional style of mountain architecture which rejected both traditional Savoie styles and the Tyrolean chalet style of architecture.
rejected and so
As with most mythology, there is a tale which offers an alternative version of these events: in Argonautica ( iv. 760 ) Zeus ' sister and wife Hera alludes to Thetis ' chaste resistance to the advances of Zeus, that Thetis was so loyal to Hera's marriage bond that she coolly rejected him.
Communities either could not afford music accompaniment or rejected it out of a Calvinistic sense of simplicity, so the songs were sung a cappella.
Anabaptists required that baptismal candidates be able to make their own confessions of faith and so rejected baptism of infants.
The Catholic Church does recognise as valid ( though illicit ) ordinations done by breakaway Catholic, Old Catholic or Oriental bishops, and groups descended from them ; it also regards as both valid and licit those ordinations done by bishops of the Eastern churches, so long as those receiving the ordination conform to other canonical requirements ( for example, is an adult male ) and an orthodox rite of episcopal ordination, expressing the proper functions and sacramental status of a bishop, is used ; this has given rise to the phenomenon of episcopi vagantes ( for example, clergy of the Independent Catholic groups which claim apostolic succession, though this claim is rejected by both Orthodoxy and Catholicism ).
The demand for unissued Holly material was so great that Norman Petty resorted to overdubbing whatever he could find: alternate takes of studio recordings, originally rejected masters, " Crying, Waiting, Hoping " and the other five 1959 tracks ( adding new surf-guitar arrangements ), and even Holly's amateur demos from 1954 ( where the low-fidelity vocals are often muffled behind the new orchestrations ).
In the event, though, the plans were rejected, in part because " American opinion was naturally reluctant to accept the principle of equality of treatment so novel in debtor-creditor relationships ".
Although many hard-line and extremist Muslim societies have adopted capital punishment for other than the crime of murder, this is in violation of the Qur ' anic law mentioned above, and so is rejected by most orthodox commentators and scholars.
Following the recording sessions with Tim, Neil began writing and recording a third Crowded House album with Hester and Seymour, but these tracks were rejected by the record company, so Neil asked Tim if Crowded House could use the Finn songs.
This position has been softened by some adherents, or completely rejected by other churches where Jews are recognized to have a special status due to their covenant with God through Abraham, so this continues to be an area of ongoing dispute among Christians.
Something that becomes clear through these published compilations is that Satie did not so much reject Romanticism and its exponents like Wagner, but that he rejected certain aspects of it.
The narrative tells how Israel's Messiah, having been rejected by Israel ( i. e., God's chosen people ), withdrew into the circle of his disciples, passed judgment on those who had rejected him ( so that " Israel " becomes the non-believing " Jews "), and finally sent the disciples instead to the gentiles
Matthew's gospel tells how Israel's Messiah is rejected by Israel, withdraws into the circle of his disciples, passes judgment on those who have rejected him so that " Israel " becomes the non-believing " Jews ", and sends the disciples instead to the gentiles.
Tiberius, perhaps sensitive to this ambition, rejected Sejanus's initial proposal to marry Livilla in 25 AD, but later had withdrawn his objections so that, in 30 AD, Sejanus was betrothed to Livilla's daughter, Tiberius ' granddaughter.
A further reason why Newton rejected light as waves in a medium was because such a medium would have to extend everywhere in space, and would thereby " disturb and retard the Motions of those great Bodies " ( the planets and comets ) and thus " as it < nowiki > medium </ nowiki > is of no use, and hinders the Operation of Nature, and makes her languish, so there is no evidence for its Existence, and therefore it ought to be rejected.
Looney rejected the play altogether, arguing that its style and the " dreary negativism " it promoted were inconsistent with Shakespeare's " essentially positivist " soul, and so could not have been written by Oxford.
He concludes that whilst Christianity rejected anything " pagan " it did so only at a superficial level and that early Christianity was " deeply indebted " to Ancient Egypt.
The golden bodies were rejected by the waves of the sea and corrupted the air, so that a great many people died ( Francesco Petrarch Chronica de le Vite de Pontefici et Imperadori Romani ).
In 1996, Thomas Lehman and Langston rejected the scavenging hypothesis, pointing out that the lower jaw bent so strongly downwards that even when it closed completely a gap of over five centimeters remained between it and the upper jaw, very different from the hooked beaks of specialized scavenging birds.
The book was rejected by publishers in Sweden prompting an open letter in 2003 defending Johnstone's book ( and her right to publish ) which was signed by, among others, Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy, Tariq Ali and John Pilger: " We regard Diana Johnstone ’ s Fools ’ Crusade as an outstanding work, dissenting from the mainstream view but doing so by an appeal to fact and reason, in a great tradition.
In 1833, when Congress rejected Michigan's request for a convention, Adams summed up his opinion on the dispute: " Never in the course of my life have I known a controversy of which all the right was so clearly on one side and all the power so overwhelmingly on the other.