In what follows, I examine eclecticism
by showing how it answers a specific question: whether government ought to be able to single out religious actors and entities for exclusion from its support programs without violating the Constitution.
as an Internal Solution to a Postcolonial Identity Crisis
Combining guitar-based rock with a more experimental electronic sound, the band's influences range from the bluesy rock of the Rolling Stones to the eclecticism
and grandeur of Pink Floyd.
is purposeful; the heterogeneous formal and material language of the new extension, together with its visually open social spaces, endows the Walker with a democratic sense of accessibility for artists and public alike.
is set forth as a basis from which to use divergent theories and techniques within narrative therapy, a process-oriented model informed by postmodernism.
In this stirring and engaging novel, Shay Youngblood inscribes herself in the genre of "books about the black artists' experience in Paris." As her main protagonist retraces the steps of her predecessors, the author writes with her soul in musical evocations as well as in the musicality and eclecticism
of her melodious, rhythmic and sensual prose filled with rhymes, repetitions and musical echoes, embracing the Blues and the Jazz in the vein of Jean Toomer, Langston Hughes, James Baldwin or Ishmael Reed.
The show was created for top-quality dealers and designers (80 participating this year) to demonstrate the art of combining rare antiques with contemporary art and furnishings, creating unique styles of eclecticism
For all their eclecticism
, the Sadies never lose their own identity.
People crammed on to every square inch of grass with their carry--outs to hear rock 'n' roll from Mother And The Addicts and V-Twin, heartwarming tweeness from Camera Obscura and eclecticism
from the James Orr Complex.
Subsequent chapters treat of Lyons, the French Renaissance cultural and printing capital, which produced a group of poets marked by autonomy, cosmopolitanism, and eclecticism
. The Italianized literary scene is represented by Maurice Sceve, whose complex Delie recalls Petrarch's Laura in its subtle rhetoric and its mythical richness, although he differs from Petrarch both formally and metaphysically.
Distinctive in this part is S.'s appeal to a "reasoned eclecticism
," by which he means that commending the faith is much more than an intellectual exercise: "Christianity is a way, it involves a person's thought, practice, values, experiences--and all of these in relation to others" (88).