Unlawlike

Un`law´like`


a.1.Not according to law; being or done in violation of law; unlawful.
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In drawing a distinction between the principles that govern mind and the principles that govern nature, I should not be understood to be saying that mind somehow escapes from the laws governing nature--for example, that it fundamentally unlawlike or unpredictable.
What Lakatos and Kuhn notice, in different ways, about (i) is that, in our current situation, it suffers from exactly the same problem: it is not much of a law (relatively unlawlike), and therefore without scientific interest, because our concept raven is not very projectible (relatively unnatural).