He is just too cool for school in a country desperate for the infectiousness of rejuvenation.
And again, as in the case of Tolstoy and his canon of infectiousness, we must ask, What soul?
The duration of infectiousness may be longer, although it is not the rule.
And not only is infection a sure sign of art, but the degree of infectiousness is also the sole measure of excellence in art.
The second discovery which I shall mention is that of the infectiousness of tuberculosis.
Of the infectiousness of nervous disease it seems almost useless at present to speak, for few will listen.
There is one indubitable indication distinguishing real art from its counterfeit, namely, the infectiousness of art.
But most of all is the degree of infectiousness of art increased by the degree of sincerity in the artist.
infectious in·fec·tious (ĭn-fěk'shəs)
Capable of causing infection.
Caused by or capable of being transmitted by infection.
Caused by a pathogenic microorganism or agent.
Capable of causing infection. See Note at contagious.