unphilosophical

unphilosophical

(ˌʌnˌfɪləˈsɒfɪkəl) or

unphilosophic

adj
(Philosophy) not adhering to philosophical theory or principles
Translations

unphilosophical

adjunphilosophisch
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Then you will soon observe whether a man is just and gentle, or rude and unsociable; these are the signs which distinguish even in youth the philosophical nature from the unphilosophical.
They will think those who are quite sure it is false unphilosophical through lack of doubt.
Speaking in popular and unphilosophical terms, we may say that the content of a thought is supposed to be something in your head when you think the thought, while the object is usually something in the outer world.
Even to Bert's unphilosophical mind the contrast of city below and fleet above pointed an opposition, the opposition of the adventurous American's tradition and character with German order and discipline.
The complexion of that case had somehow forced upon him the general idea of the absurdity of things human, which in the abstract is sufficiently annoying to an unphilosophical temperament, and in concrete instances becomes exasperating beyond endurance.
I will suggest later what we might make of this apparently unphilosophical stance.
Pero sosteniendo quiza una postura aparentemente ambigua en "Concluding Unphilosophical Conversation" (1991c, p.
Tis founded on final Causes; which is a Consideration, that appears to me pretty uncertain and unphilosophical.
And one sees him plumb metaphysically the heroic but unphilosophical empiricism of Galileo.
One long-form essay that never made it into print was intended to be an account of what it means to live philosophically today in what, on first acquaintance, would seem to be the most unphilosophical of cities: a 'bonfire of the vanities'; a place of status-seeking, pleasure-seeking, the needless and ruthless acquisition of wealth, the hazardous course of perpetual overwork, and the wielding of indiscriminate power.
It would be downright unphilosophical to ignore the questions he raises.
84) One might accuse some of the Roman Jesuits of being among those "few individuals gifted with more zeal than insight and more heat than light," who adopted a position "dangerously near to [an] unhistorical and unphilosophical one" in the propagation of revised Scholasticism.