feelingless


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feelingless

(ˈfiːlɪŋləs)
adj
without feeling, unfeeling
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In Modern Painters II, feeling and imagination are inseparable--the feelingless part...
(76) In Zhang's works, however, the foreign female characters especially their appearances and bodies are described as if they were feelingless, lifeless objects, which is the main part of his narrative.
The brain is a great computer beyond computers, and yet it's fed totally with false information." (17) Beck also makes the case for expanding consciousness: "We really don't feel; we are a feelingless people.