What the French theorist Roland Barthes can teach us about escaping loneliness.
Who rules East Europe,” says Kaplan (quoting the words of an Edwardian theorist), “rules the world.
A doctrinaire, there was nothing of the typical doctrinaire, or theorist, about him.
If you meet him, you will find him a dreamer and a theorist.
Mr. Emerson is no theorist, and is rather of a practical than of a speculative turn of mind.
He is no theorist; he is no reformer; I have looked over his life.
A Gaelic riddle makes 'a black horse' mean the invisible wind, and a theorist might suppose this horse to be the air personified.
In the practical conduct of life he was no theorist, no amateur.
But Cézanne, judged either as a theorist or as an achiever, is the preeminent figure in modern art.
It is only the theorist who undervalues the senses, and he only in his closet.