It is probable that Britain and the USA have witnessed cynical
populist politics at its ugliest.
The next decade will surely see a realignment of politics as cynical
fringe politics will be expelled to the barren political hinterland of pointless debate and the fertile central ground will be inhabited by sensible political discussion.
However, Anthony Watson, former head of Barclays Plc's technology division in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, said, 'I can tell you, it's the most cynical
thing I've ever seen.
Hickman (2008) demonstrated that the effect of cynical
attitudes in a police officer varies as a function of work environment.
The Neurology article also reported that cynical
distrust has previously been linked to other health issues, including heart disease.
While researchers did not find an association between dementia and cynical
distrust after adjusting for purely age and sex, they did find after also adjusting for cardiovascular risk factors that the most cynical
people in the study had a 2.
Even love means nothing, Bobby's ex-girlfriend (Paula Patton) turning out to be not what she seems -- though it's partly Bobby's fault, for being such a cold cynical
I find the cynical
antics deployed by the majority of players are disgusting, depressing, degrading and damaging to the image of the game.
OUR tired, cynical
and jaded world needs to regain a child's sense of wonder, says the Archbishop of Wales in his Christmas message.
ITALY are no longer the cynical
spoilers who used to kill matches and con referees, according to Gary Neville.
Peter Sloterdijk's Critique of Cynical
Reason distinguishes between cynicism and kynicism: cynicism is the condition of "enlightened false consciousness" for the profiteering policy-making of rulers; kynicism is its complement among the ruled, a carnivalesque mode of criticism and ridicule that Slavoj Zizek describes as "more pragmatic than argumentative: it subverts the official proposition by confronting it with the situation of its enunciation; it proceeds ad hominem" (29), that is, attacking the speaker to expose his or her personal stake in said proposition.
London, Jan 12 ( ANI ): The effort to always appear cheerful and friendly with customers takes a toll on staff, as they start feeling emotionally exhausted and cynical
, a new study has revealed.