It you like wines that hedonistically
suggest chocolate and vanilla flavors, you'll love this thick, satisfying wine.
This led to a general shift in outward attitude among many intellectuals (like Tasso and Sperone Speroni) from seeing art hedonistically
, as being just for pleasure, to seeing its instructive purpose.
It is striking how all States came to comprehend the celebration as at least a partially sacred one of basic religious significance, though not all had linked religion to the concept of nation as Queensland had done, because they could not consistently reject the desire of many citizens to spend part of the day hedonistically
WM: In your interview with Ashbery, he talks about poetry having an inherent and hedonistically
moral capacity to push the reader back into life, and that this obviates any direct political character or responsibility that a poem may be expected to have.
He concludes that this experience will become more attractive in the "affluent, hedonistically
liberal, increasingly dedogmatized West" and that a rational mysticism might ensue:
At the foundation of classical social theory lies the conception of human nature that produces the fully autonomous, rational, materially, and hedonistically
I stumble about, sometimes hedonistically
, in that word-world; I let myself be ambushed by sense or sensation and forget the drive toward a single, all-conquering truth; and I unravel the text only as it is simultaneously rethreaded on the spool of commentary.
She might reason, for example, as follows: "Etiquette precludes me from choosing A in the presence of a, so I might as well do as well as I otherwise can hedonistically
and choose O.
Utility became hedonistically
defined and analytically translated into the "more is better" rationality of neoclassical consumer theory measured in the exchange value of goods and services (Fisher, 1927; Harsanyi, 1953; Sen, 1970).
We were all hedonistically
indulging in space and showers.