In his plea for the role of consumers and entrepreneurs, Goldthwaite works Giovanni Pontano's Trattati delle virtu sociali (1498) onto a Procrustean bed by reading this five-part discussion as an early consumerist
As if the inherent distortion in journalistic values weren't bad enough, there's not a lot of evidence that the consumerist
model has worked.
Nevertheless, over the past five years or so the courts, like other public agencies, have become increasingly bound to the consumerist
Similarly, small faith communities within parishes, such as those linked through the network Parishes Restructuring into Communities, attempt to move beyond the "consumerist
mentality to the idea that we don't live in the world and go to church; (rather) our life is the community and the community is about our life and our reflection about our experience.
What can be hoped for is a gradual weakening of the consumerist
ethos of affluent societies.
All of the information is viewable in DirecTV's (http://sports.directv.com/rs_fee.htm) online tool , but was first (https://consumerist.com/2017/03/08/directvs-regional-sports-fees-make-no-sense-you-may-be-paying-87year-more-than-your-neighbor/) brought to the attention of the Consumerist
when a DirecTV customer contacted them when she noticed a sudden increase on her monthly bill related to the regional sports fee.
website stated: "Not only do these stickers appear to not have any sort of technology that would prevent the scanners from seeing your bits, the full-body scanners only show the general outline of your body anyway.
Feminist, postmodern, and cultural studies theorists have long argued that from the beginning of modern capitalist, consumerist
cultures in the late nineteenth century, women have been spectacles of objectified desire.
"To describe his impatience with the trendy, consumerist
way of life, I set the ballet in our time's Vanity Fair--a department store, the place where my Petrushka fights to defend the real values of life: love, beauty, freedom.
Is it because we are doing nothing objectionable, nothing to upset the empire, nothing to challenge consumerist
society, nothing to interrupt the demonic status quo?
Speaking in London at the Royal Society of Arts last month, Rem Koolhaas gave an excoriating analysis of the condition of architects in a consumerist
global economy, citing his own description of it as a 'poisonous mixture of megalomania and impotence'.
Implicated though it may be, art has long attempted to engage questions of consumerism and luxury, in particular by blurring the lines between critique of consumption and actual inflammation of consumerist