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Not following philosophical principles or method.
- ‘The dynamic young country did not understand the ‘tragedy and complexity of maturity’ and was ‘basically unphilosophical.’’
- ‘He was given a long lecture by Clark after protesting in a most unphilosophical fashion.’
- ‘Actually, mythology was only set up by ancient sages to help explain the very complicated Hindu philosophy in an unphilosophical way.’
- ‘He was, you might say, a poet of the uncommonplace: a philosopher of the unphilosophical, a historian of the unhistorical and a politician of the unpolitical.’
- ‘An unphilosophical craftsman clearly does not think, in conceptual terms, that he is a thing on a par with other things or that time is a sequence of nows.’
- ‘Harnessed to German nationalism and the rise of Hitler, he felt that authenticity for the German people was to be seen in National Socialism, and let his philosophy endorse the most brutishly unphilosophical of regimes.’
- ‘The unphilosophical man - that is, all of us - is at the mercy of sense impressions and unfortunately, our sense impressions oftentimes fail us.’
- ‘And take a wild guess what's brought about this repetitive and unsurprisingly unphilosophical insight.’
- ‘I have a very unphilosophical mind and often became impatient with the discussions George and Biddy had, though I did share their enthusiasm for poetry. […]’
- ‘Scholarship has tended strongly, in effect, to dichotomize Levinas' work as A and not-A, philosophical and unphilosophical texts, and to concentrate almost uniquely on the former.’
- ‘Despite exposure to combat, however, the soldier is innocent, unphilosophical, even naive.’
- ‘The second cause, God's Providence, is abandoned because it is unphilosophical.’
- ‘These considerations raise a philosophical question even about ordinary unphilosophical translation, such as from English into Arunta or Chinese.’
- ‘Some of the dialogues are written in ways that will draw in the unphilosophical, but this is a level at which we are not encouraged to stay.’
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