Organizations tend to be dominated by cultures of frenzy and unreflected
activity (Gosling & Mintzberg, 2003).
The associated peripheral airway obstruction remains unreflected
It was in these moments that we processed our experience, knowing full well that experiences unreflected
upon can be so dehumanizing.
W]ith regard to this section particular heed must be paid to the wording of these provisions, thus avoiding both an uncritical adoption of the ambiguous and controversial drafting at the Rome Conference and an unreflected
implantation from national criminal justice systems.
Like Cuomo, many feminists have recognized war as a constant and general undertone in society, "white noise in the background of social existence," which sometimes moves closer to our collective consciousness and sometimes remains an unreflected
NorthWestern is also seeking approval to extinguish the current Unreflected
Propane Supply Cost Account (UPSCA) Balance Amortization approved in 2012 by the PSC, which would further lower customer bills.
The reason is rather straightforward: by all observations there is a remarkable amount of cash in circulation but it is hardly captured in the conventional channels, and most important, it is also largely unreflected
by the commercial banking sector.
The object of phenomenological analysis is, for Henry, this immanent, invisible, and unreflected
ground, which makes possible every feeling and every experience.
The uncanny adaptation of these forms in media outside the norm or inscribed in ways that highlight symbolic linkages usually unreflected
upon, force an intensified experience of the quotidian.
He realized that man's behavior is often not guided by conscious thoughts and explicit purposes, but by unreflected
rules of conduct.
Other dreams encourage the dreamer to break any identification with them, and to objectify them as other in order to allow dialogue through, for example, active imagination; from identification to relationship, "progression from an unreflected
identification with their imagos to a reflected relation to them" (Kugler, 1993).
Dewey terms the immediate, unreflected
occurrence of events as primary experience.