Unpenitent

Un`pen´i`tent


a.1.Impenitent.
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In contrast, Griffiths-Osborne takes the final scene to "repeat and emphasize Angelo's hypocrisy" and insists that he remains unpenitent, refusing to ask for pardon in "The Terms for Common Justice," 45-46.
The 'philosopher' Casanova, says Ficara, is an anti-stoic, an unpenitent follower of the truth of the 'senses', believing that the happiness derived from sensual satisfaction is the only means of avoiding the intimate awareness of Nothingness which threatens us (while the terror of Sin is the hidden motive of Don Juan, according to certain sexologists).
Her unpenitent radicalism distinguishes her from the "New York Intellectuals," as they are called by Alan Wald, and constitutes her major objection to their work: