emotionalism


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emotionalism

(ĭ-mō′shə-nə-lĭz′əm)
n.
1. The tendency to display emotion freely or to rely on or place too much value on emotion.
2. Undue display of emotion.
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In fact, one may wonder whether such a view is too moderate to be an attractive version of emotionalism.
One suspects that for aestheticism here we need to read emotionalism or some such like.
Although she appeared on screen with some of the most renowned Method practitioners of her generation, James Dean, Paul Newman, Marlon Brando, Taylor never ascribed to a specific acting technique; instead, she suggested her acting was instinctive, often giving performances that were notable for their unguarded emotionalism.
READING the letters concerning Lleucu Meinir's protest, I'm noting that the debate seems to be falling into emotionalism, as so many debates involving the Welsh language seem to.
Pakistan remains a victim of hostility in global media and cynicism, negativism and emotionalism promoted by our own private print and electronic media networks.
It is always interesting to follow Pak-US relations, which is an intriguing mosaic of realism and emotionalism.
One of the epochal changes in British literature is the shift from the mid-Victorian celebration of familial life, such as that found in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, to modernist portrayals of alienation from the family and rejection of the moralizing and emotionalism of Victorian familialism such as embodied in Oscar Wilde's comment that "One must have a heart of stone to read the death of Little Nell without laughing.
The rest of the party leaders, including the president, occupy a make-believe world of wishful thinking and emotionalism from which they are incapable of escaping.
When Rubin heard their 2007 album Emotionalism, he signed them to his American Recordings label.
St John 3,8 CONVERSATION is a miracle - the miracle of the unspectacular: a moral transformation which needs neither fireworks nor high emotionalism.
Palmer's "naked faith" insisted that experience of sanctification transcended mere feeling, removing the suggestion that she proffered emotionalism or insistence on certain experiences.
But if I had to judge simply from the digital recording, then I would actually prefer Barta's interpretation to that of Chuchro and Wallfisch, because it brings to the concerto more emotionalism and beauty of tone, and what is more an integral connection with the music around it.