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unmediated

(ʌnˈmiːdɪˌeɪtɪd)
adj
formal not brought about or resolved by mediation between different parties
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Adj.1.unmediated - having no intervening persons, agents, conditions; "in direct sunlight"; "in direct contact with the voters"; "direct exposure to the disease"; "a direct link"; "the direct cause of the accident"; "direct vote"
immediate - having no intervening medium; "an immediate influence"
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The first project implemented in the redesign effort, and the one that forms the basis for this discussion is the introduction of unmediated patron borrowing from the other forty-eight Illinois libraries that share a common circulation system.
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Whether one agrees with Lachs' positions on these issues or not, his straightforward and unmediated prose bespeaks a courage which is admirable.
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a) God has never spoken to us directly: "There is no unmediated revelation of God in the sense of words spoken directly by God" (81).
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Scheffler argues that under reasonably favourable conditions morality does not constantly clash sharply with self-interest, because the moral point of view "attaches unmediated significance" not only to impartial considerations but also to agents' special concern for their own major activities, projects, and commitments.
New theories, new discoveries, and the increasing range of prediction and control cannot be explained by a better correspondence of science to a perspectivally unmediated given, since that given is precisely what, as situated creatures, we cannot grasp.
The audience-participation debate--indeed all this year's public access politics--was not about establishing an unmediated connection to the candidates.
Harvey instructs through spiritual exercises taken from all the world's traditions, enabling people to make their own "direct and unmediated contact with the Divine" and express it in service of all humanity.
Izimbizo are two-way, unmediated and interactive information sharing platforms, a dialogue between government and people aimed at instilling confidence in robust, participatory democracy.
So much so, that Lewis persuades you this is Schubert unmediated, that the song-like melodies, the whimsical touches and the flashes of humour couldn't really be presented in any other way than this.