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Curtis, meanwhile, was inclined to invent scenarios, expunging inconvenient details in order to emphasize a concept of primitivism.
This and the political and military primitivism of some adversaries (e.g., the Islamic State) are reshaping the environment in which airpower operates, and the purposes of this power.
A lot of students learn about history through art, and the narrative of anything related to Africa and Polynesia and indigenous America is still laden with this notion of primitivism.
Sonic Youth fans will be pleased to hear the elements of scuzz noise and high-art primitivism of that band injected into attitudinal riffs with sing-along charm of Talon's song.
Can looked back to psychedelia and forward to punk primitivism and the steadiness of dance music
The Left has contempt for nationalism, seeing in it intellectual and moral primitivism at best, and the road to fascism at worst.
An instruction on joining us in our vision for the future, a return to primitivism.
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