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acritical

(eɪˈkrɪtɪkəl)
adj
showing no indication of crisis
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Adj.1.acritical - without a crisis (as of some diseases)
noncritical, noncrucial - not in a state of crisis or emergency
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However, Cohen does not replicate these authors' postulates acritically but, quite the opposite, reveals numerous instances where most of them proved to be too much threaded to the screen, unable to develop their arguments to the extent of rupturing completely a dependency on mimesis.
This situation may lead to a rejection of the new environment, but also to accepting it acritically, in contrast to the preceding experience.
Both Polanyi and MacIntyre understand that humans are embedded in linguistic, cultural, and historical realities, and that we must initially take these particularities as givens: they comprise the initial framework by which we comprehend our world, and we must accept them acritically in order to employ them to the end of achieving understanding.