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unreflected

(ˌʌnrɪˈflɛktɪd)
adj
1. (foll by: on or upon) not considered
2. (General Physics) (of light, particles, etc, incident on a surface) not reflected; absorbed or transmitted
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Adj.1.unreflected - (especially of incident sound or light) not turned back by physical reflection
reflected - (especially of incident sound or light) bent or sent back; "reflected light"; "reflected heat"; "reflected glory"
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family, peers, culture, religion, society) allows the individual to consciously subscribe to certain norms, values and beliefs, instead of unconsciously adopting these in an unreflected manner.
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amp;nbsp;The reflected photons can be likened to the thermal radiation - or Hawking radiation - that is emitted by black holes, while the unreflected particles would be their partners abandoned at the reflective surface's boundary - ones that are released as intense bursts of energy when the mirror stops moving.
IT was Socrates who said that an unreflected life is not worth living.
Kennedy's horizontal presentation of both literary and non-literary writings does away with the unreflected privileging of the literary works that frames this historical-documentary approach.
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I am ending my oldest day, he thought as he turned and looked back through the unreflected clarity of the window, at his wife amid the soft orange yellow decor, the dusty saffron color of Rome, vanilla lights turned down low and tuxedoed waiters standing at attention as though sentinels.
It was in these moments that we processed our experience, knowing full well that experiences unreflected upon can be so dehumanizing.