Sentences with word «zeitgeist»

The Zeitgeist (;) is a concept from 18th to 19th-century German philosophy, translated as "spirit of the age" or "spirit of the times". (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
It may be that episodes of South Park are sufficiently embedded in the culture and zeitgeist too, but could any of it aid a judge in finding context for life in a quiet mountain town?
LAW
Tonkonow also represents Agnes Denes, who, at 83, is typical of the current zeitgeist.
ART
«Reservoir Dogs,» «Kids» and «Hoop Dreams» were officially part of the zeitgeist and Madonna was posing for photographers along with fellow Gotham Award guests Ted Turner and Jane Fonda.
MOVIES & TV
Few working filmmakers hold more fascination within our current cultural zeitgeist than Ava DuVernay, which goes a long way in explaining why the rumors of the Selma helmer teaming up with Marvel to direct their forthcoming Black Panther movie were so lustily covered.
MOVIES & TV
Being the person with the juiciest contact database, or the one with a finger on the pulse of the zeitgeist is nothing to sneeze at.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Darwin's accomplishments were so many and so diverse that it is useful to distinguish three fields to which he made major contributions: evolutionary biology; the philosophy of science; and the modern zeitgeist.
SCIENCE
Seizing the political zeitgeist, Sinclair Broadcast Group doubled down on becoming the nation's largest broadcaster with its bid to...
BUSINESS
Ten years after its initial release, Superbad continues to live on in the American zeitgeist.
MOVIES & TV
Wemark will be the first stock photography agency to utilise the zeitgeist blockchain technology in its marketplace.
BUSINESS
In these one hundred paintings about photography and the digital circulation of pictures, Roeder's melancholic emphasis on the last native Chumash in California, the last grizzly, and the century plant's once-in-a-lifetime blossoming aptly sums up the zeitgeist: Our tides need turning and ways of life are ending.
ART
The Sixth Sense was a sucker punch of a movie; I didn't see the quality or the cultural zeitgeist coming.
MOVIES & TV
Finally I'm riding the zeitgeist (baby).
POLITICS
A big screen and small screen version of the Getty kidnapping, an oddly self-serving new version of «Israel's Finest Hour,» «Seven Day in Entebbe,» coming out and this (which came out in late 2017), it's hard to tie them together as a trend or embrace of the zeitgeist — a «talk tough, act tougher» age when «collateral damage» was tolerated by the likes of Reagan, Thatcher, Brezhnev, et al..
MOVIES & TV
Get Out was a critical smash and a box-office sensation that has genuinely lingered in the cultural zeitgeist since its release.
MOVIES & TV
Although you know I was born in Asia so even if I say «No, not at all in a direct way», maybe the atmosphere or the zeitgeist impregnated this feeling for stones into me.
ART
Marcus is a window to the historical zeitgeist as he suffers from the pain of what happened in the war and dreams of building a new America based on science.
BOOKS
I wonder if anything could tap the»60s zeitgeist that wasn't made in the middle of not just any, but that particular, upheaval, unease, discontent.
MOVIES & TV
But most of the before and after photos in the cultural zeitgeist do.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Snyder's film is a transparent attempt at targeting the zeitgeist with a film that ticks all the boxes for successful franchises, yet fumbles on all counts.
MOVIES & TV
Anger and change was the zeitgeist of the 80s.
POLITICS
A screwball-tinged heist flick that not so much feeds «eat the rich» feelings which might be surging in the zeitgeist at the moment as offer up a divergent, flight-of-fancy caper for the middle-aged, The Love Punch plays out like a reimagining of The Parent Trap by way of Ocean's Eleven, and minus the kids.
MOVIES & TV
Since the 1970s, the name James L. Brooks has been synonymous with intelligent television comedy — his shows are insightful about work and love and always plugged in to the zeitgeist.
MOVIES & TV
«Alps «As extraordinary a film as Georgos Lanthimos «debut «Dogtooth» was, there was something about its Fritzl-ish premise that seemed like it was riding the zeitgeist (even if it marched firmly to the beat of its own drum), and I wondered how the director would fare with something that felt less ripped from the headlines.
MOVIES & TV
It exploded onto the video game scene to inspire the pop cultural zeitgeist and panic business executives into creating the best imitation they could.
GAMING
The report «presents a community view about the current neuroscience zeitgeist («circuits») rather than a goal for a big science project,» Mitra says.
SCIENCE
Yet Walters probably had as great an impact on the overall clinical zeitgeist of family therapy as any of the master theory-builders and gurus.
RELATIONSHIPS
For several years, Mitchell had been an ardent media supporter of the players, coaches and parents of Jackie Robinson West, well before the Little League on the city's predominantly black South Side burst into the national zeitgeist.
SPORTS
Is it simply to modernize the production values, add some contemporary faces to the story, and try to catch our society's doom's day zeitgeist (images of 9/11 and the Asian Tsunami are thrown in to add a perverse relevance to the end-time theory)?
MOVIES & TV
It's since exploded into the zeitgeist with such force it's become downright mainstream: search #eatclean on Instagram and you'll find more than 47 million photos.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
In this incredibly well-written book, Margaret Talbot not only writes a biography of her father, actor Lyle Talbot, but also captures the zeitgeist of
BOOKS
I was part of the zeitgeist when online multiplayer reached critical mass as a result of games like
GAMING
It is into this zeitgeist that Romancing SaGa 2 released when it arrived on Steam at the end of last year, fitting in easily with its JRPG peers.
GAMING
Mostly free of the taint of scandal, the WFP also appeared to seize on the liberal zeitgeist that made politicians like Mr. de Blasio and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren into national stars.
POLITICS
But even in the zeitgeist of video work and highly conceptualized sculpture and hard-edged abstraction, Daniel was!
ART
Paradoxically, even while Aboriginal misery dominates the national media frenzy — the perpetual Aboriginal reality show — the first peoples exist as virtual beings without power or efficacy in the national zeitgeist.
RELATIONSHIPS
But she is, in many ways, a perfect emblem of the current status of entrepreneurship in the zeitgeist.
BUSINESS
The movie misfires: It's numbingly cold and soulless, and the zeitgeist stays far beyond its reach.
MOVIES & TV
While this push and pull is one of the draws of Pettibon's work, the main attraction is certainly the cultural zeitgeist he captures in his drawings.
ART
Martin has regularly paid his respects to cherished artist colleagues from the fields of painting and music since the mid 1990s: Pop greats as well as those who work at or beyond the boundaries of the zeitgeist.
ART
Wain's comedy is populated by charming oddballs who define the zeitgeist in winsome ways.
MOVIES & TV
More than anything else, 2015 was the year the «blockchain» made its way into the zeitgeist.
BUSINESS
Not surprising really, for The Doors» songs (for better or worse) documented the very zeitgeist that Pynchon's novel shares.
MOVIES & TV
Less an organized movement than a heterogeneous expression of a zeitgeist, Pictures Generation was connected by an interest in examining the strategies and codes of representation, but also the notions of power and identity in a media-saturated, politically uncertain age.
ART
After all, #MeToo is a broad movement; it is not targeting the defendant himself but rather speaks to the zeitgeist.
LAW
Along the way, he hung out with the likes of Jim Morrison & Dennis Hopper and unashamedly channeled the zeitgeist of the city of angels in an art world that focused on NYC while looking down its nose at the West Coast.
ART
Can the failed museum director, the indefatigable heatseeker, recapture the zeitgeist?
ART
Whether it's a hoodie or a wedding dress, it would seem, the current zeitgeist is mad for flashing these tribal symbols of belonging.
FASHION
Some are on the brink of discovery, others capture the zeitgeist, and some are already well known but worth a fresh look.
BOOKS
The attitude of seeking some sort of weird, ambivalent/ambiguous balance or middle ground between any given polar opposites... which characterizes the current zeitgeist of relativism / the postmodern turn, is indeed evil and contrary to the goal of Jesus filling all things.
RELIGION
For vegans and non vegans, and bakers of all levels, an essential, easy-to-use cookbook for healthy and delicious vegan baking from Kim Barnouin, the nutritionist who's been leading the vegan zeitgeist for years as the nutritionist and co-author of the bestselling Skinny Bitch series.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
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