eclecticism : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  making decisions on the basis of what seems best instead of following some single doctrine or style

  • That eclecticism reflected his great tolerance for all religions, one of his holiest and least respected precepts.
  • For Fargo, 51, who grew up in the suburbs of Milwaukee, creativity and eclecticism have always come naturally.
  • It produced a minor hit, Last Goodbye, and featured exquisitely sung covers of Nina Simone's Lilac Wine and Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, but its eclecticism ruined its chances of .
News & Articles

  • Los Gatos Radio Station KTAO Holds Reunion Party
    SICK UNTO death of the Top 40-driven airwaves, a small Los Gatos station called KTAO tried to out eclectic eclecticism itself during a late-’70s, early-0’80s run. Los Gatos in those days was a woodsy, bohemian spot with some of the Merry Pranksters nearby.
    June 21, 2013 - Metro Silicon Valley

  • Moby in
    Moby says of the album: "Last Night is basically a love letter to dance music in New York City. What I love about the New York approach to dance music is the eclecticism and the open mindedness on the part of the musicians, the djs, and the people...
  • Jamie Cullum in MSNBC
    I think the US audience seems to be responding to the eclecticism of the music quite well,said Cullum. "But my expectations when it comes to record sales are always zero. ...... I just like playing music and I like to develop."

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