Intellect has been disparaged and instinct has been exalted.
"Cambridge Essays on Education" by Various
Such a man should not be disparaged.
"Sketches of the Covenanters" by J. C. McFeeters
As usual, they miss the essential point and disparage philosophy by falsifying it.
"The Worlds Greatest Books, Volume XIII." by Various
Nor doth the similitude of creatures disparage the variety of nature, nor any way confound the works of God.
"Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 6" by Various
But let it not seem as if this were meant for disparagement.
"New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1" by Various
A recent critic has said disparagingly that Bunyan would have called Hamlet Mr. Facing-both-ways.
"The Art of Letters" by Robert Lynd
Therefore, beware of disparaging the present in your own mind.
"Literary Taste: How to Form It" by Arnold Bennett
He was inclined to disparage the military achievements of the Allies and to justify the acts of Germany.
"The Tree of Heaven" by May Sinclair
This may be one reason why Cooper has more admirers, or at least fewer disparagers, abroad than at home.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862" by Various
The word conveys some sense of disparagement and, so used, is inaccurate.
"Plays, Acting and Music" by Arthur Symons
And yet his mouth wore a smile, humorous and disparaging.
"V. V.'s Eyes" by Henry Sydnor Harrison
He perceived the origin and significance of his attitude of disparagement, of doubt.
"The Divine Fire" by May Sinclair
The Elms are having a race for the Oaks At a pace that all Jockeys disparages!
"The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood" by Thomas Hood
They are a misallied and disparaged branch of the House of Nimrod.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
In writing thus I do not necessarily disparage the practices of that generation.
"The Economic Consequences of the Peace" by John Maynard Keynes
It will not do to disparage the work of the ancients.
"Notable Events of the Nineteenth Century" by Various
Poppa's expression disparaged the idea, and he began to feel round for his beard.
"A Voyage of Consolation" by Sara Jeannette Duncan
Let not any Japanese suppose that it contained disparaging criticism of his country or its religions.
"Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3 (of 3)" by Charles Eliot
I must not be understood here as in any degree disparaging Oscar.
"Oscar Wilde, Volume 1 (of 2)" by Frank Harris
But however we may disparage Philip's heart and aims, no one can deny the breadth and superiority of his mind and his statesmanship.
"A Short History of France" by Mary Platt Parmele
Nobel Chief Disparages US as 'Too Insular ' for Great Writing.
Gaddis's Kennan : Strategies of Disparagement The Nation.
Slice will compete on Spike TV's 'The Ultimate Fighter,' working for UFC President Dana White, who had said some disparaging words about him.
It piqued my interest because the author was so passionate and disparaging towards our state representative, Bob Barrett.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney took a public beating today for comments he made that were seen as disparaging poor and middle class taxpayers.
Kansas governor apologizes for ' overreaction ' to teen's disparaging tweet.
Unsatisfied with knocking one federal prosecutor from office for making anonymous, disparaging comments online, River Birch landfill owner and federal target Fred Heebe has set his sights on another.
Reporting the disparaging comments about New Jersey's economy by Aussie Treasurer Wayne Swan for today's story, I couldn't help but note the oddity of two politicians with radically opposing views both being obsessed with The Boss.
Scottish-born conductor Douglas Boyd, who led the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at Orchestra Hall on Thursday night and Friday morning, ruffled a few feathers earlier this week when he tweeted some disparaging remarks about his host city.
I think my colleague is right to disparage the " diagnosis rather than argument" frame, so I'm not going to use it.
In a press statement announcing the Sept 13 showing of "Miss Representation" LaFawn A Gilliam of the Women's Fund promised a "provocative documentary" detailing the media's "limited and often disparaging portrayals of women and girls.
Indeed, what so many disparage as "neoconservatism" is a variant of a realist theory.
Lindsay Lohan recently announced that she is suing Pitbull for using her name in a disparaging way in his song 'Give Me Everything.
Much of what's on the Web is extremely disparaging of both the industry and government.
To say that a Jew can't do that gesture as homage to Chaplin's masterpiece 'The Great Dictator' is like Muslim extremists killing a cartoonist for disparaging Mohammed in his art.
The results described here should not be seen as an attempt to discredit or disparage the previous work by Miller (1999), rather, it is simply a matter of a result with very important implications requiring conﬁrmation, especially in an independent data set.
Oscillations During Thermonuclear X-ray Bursts
I do not want to disparage the brilliant series of Mark’s papers of 19711976 in any way.
West-Side Story (On the History of Density-Wave Spiral Theories in the 1960s)
Given that the Loebner prize, as constituted, is at best a diversion of effort and attention and at worst a disparagement of the scientiﬁc community, what might a better alternative use of Dr.
Lessons from a Restricted Turing Test