inconscious

inconscious

(ɪnˈkɒnʃəs)
adj
unconscious
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Each pats her "curly calm inconscious head"-a mingled sign of care and ownership (3.466).
Para una reflexion sobre "the involuntary or inconscious element of utopianism" (profecia y/o mesianismo), vease el ensayo "Utopia and Socialism", de Emmanuel Levinas, donde expresa que, pese a ese caracter idealista generalmente estigmatizado, el socialismo utopico "by its very utopianism, is capable, in its 'nostalgia for justice,' of a certain audacity of Hope, and that supplies realist action with norms necessary for critique" (Alterity and Transcendence 112).