incognisant


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incognisant

(ɪnˈkɒɡnɪzənt)
adj
a variant spelling of incognizant
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Like Sartre, who is aware of his status as "thing", Honor being able to "think" subverts her status as an incognisant object.
The executions are performed with unwitting elan and rewarded like any other activity, with the children desensitised by Gregori's rhetoric and, thus, incognisant of the moral weight of their actions.
The existential perspective that I am describing, however, suggests that it is precisely because Mr Stevens denies so much of the human condition that he is insensitive to the suffering of others and incognisant of his own pain.