- n a person who is uninterested in intellectual pursuits
- s smug and ignorant and indifferent or hostile to artistic and cultural values
- True, he was merciless in describing the anti-intellectual streak that led many mainstream arbiters to put quotes around the term evangelical scholarship.
- George Bush is famously anti-intellectual.
- In a scathing 1984 review of Algeny, one of Rifkin's nine books, Harvard's Stephen Jay Gould wrote that it was "a cleverly constructed tract of anti-intellectual propaganda .
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- William Crowe in TIME
I considered quitting right then,Crowe said later. "There has historically been a very strong anti-intellectual bias in the Navy."
- Susan Jacoby in Los Angeles Times
During the past four decades,Jacoby writes, "America's endemic anti-intellectual tendencies have been grievously exacerbated by a new species of semiconscious anti-rationalism, feeding on and fed by an ignorant popular culture of video...
- Isaac Asimov in Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
New York Times wine writer Eric Asimov called it "another anti-intellectual effort to take fancy-schmancy wine down a peg or two."