(1) Coercive, manipulative attempts to recur to the symbolic (to enlist the unconscious mind) end in dead formalism , like bad adolescent prose and most modern poetry.(2) Now I love formalism , if it reaches sensible results, and if it rests on formal distinctions that make sense.(3) I am not going to argue for the virtues of formalism .(4) His music combined dazzling bursts of musical light with Gallic elegance and the rigorous formalism of a classicist.(5) Seeing as how pop music thrives on various levels of artifice, questions of authenticity aren't typically worth the effort, but it's hard not to hear more formalism than feeling in these rustic songs.(6) Our ability to make these judgments is critically important, because it opens the door to constitutional formalism - the depoliticization of the process of constitutional adjudication.(7) The transactional interpretation would then have to be considered in the context of such a revised formalism to decide if a conflict exists.(8) Financial services in Bulgaria are still branded by formalism , bureaucracy and lack of interest, analysts said.(9) academic dryness and formalism(10) Brouwer emphasizes, as he had done in his dissertation, that formalism presupposes contentual mathematics at the metalevel.(11) Throughout his career, Sturr integrated pristine formalism with a tender humanism.(12) Desolation has become global and the photographer's world is decidedly anchored in formalism .(13) academic dryness and formalism(14) This essay praised Propp's work, but pointed out that the problem with formalism was its policy of ignoring thematic content.(15) The best work on the show fluctuates between two greatly differing styles, one a kind of elemental formalism , the other a figurative, narrative post-modernism.(16) He has also made this formalism more useful for practical calculations.