incuriosity


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in·cu·ri·ous

 (ĭn-kyo͝or′ē-əs)
adj.
Lacking intellectual inquisitiveness or natural curiosity; uninterested.

in·cu′ri·os′i·ty (-ŏs′ĭ-tē), in·cu′ri·ous·ness n.
in·cu′ri·ous·ly adv.
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Mrs Verloc's philosophical, almost disdainful incuriosity, the foundation of their accord in domestic life made it extremely difficult to get into contact with her, now this tragic necessity had arisen.
It was a tacit accord, congenial to Mrs Verloc's incuriosity and to Mr Verloc's habits of mind, which were indolent and secret.
Literature, poetry, science are the homage of man to this unfathomed secret, concerning which no sane man can affect an indifference or incuriosity. Nature is loved by what is best in us.
And it is Aotourou's reception by intellectuals, especially their polite incuriosity towards his person, which stirred Bougainville from his usual courtesy and, I would venture, brought him face to face with his own learned ignorance.
Despite the keen competition, I am not sure I can find in philosophy a clearer display of misogyny, fear of aging, incuriosity about animals, and horror at the ordinariness of flesh.
Among the barriers to iron tablets intake, we can mention to lack of training on iron supplementation, lack of water during the distribution of iron tablets, forgetfulness, incuriosity, bad taste and intolerance to iron tablets.
Even though the customers in other groups are less worthy, they should not be treated with incuriosity; rather, various studies and analyses are required for understanding their behavioral attributes given their identified clusters.
While her own fellow New Yorkers "were never so happy as when they were hurrying on board the ocean liner which was to carry them to new lands," the members of her husband's "wealthy and sedentary" Bostonian circle displayed an utter "incuriosity ...
due to incuriosity and a reluctance to reconsider ancient dogma, (6) the
The intellectual virtues may seem elitist, but once a country tolerates dishonesty, incuriosity and intellectual laziness, then everything else falls apart.
President Trump has shown a marked and persistent lack of interest in getting to the bottom of Russian interference in the 2016 election, calling the whole matter "fake news" and a "witch hunt." A clue to this curious incuriosity can be found in Monday's surreal Cabinet meeting, when secretaries and aides took turns trying to surpass each other in their praise of Trump.
What factors have led to the incuriosity contributing to what another writer calls The Great Stagnation?