irreflection

Related to irreflection: reflection

irreflection

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irreflexion

n
lack of careful or long consideration
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Regarding the first Question on the theme, the enumeration of the 'daughters of luxury' is of greater interest: a) mental blindness, b) irreflection, c) instability, d) precipitation, e) selfishness, f) hatred towards God, g) attachment to the present life and h) the horror or hopelessness of the future life (II-II, Q.153, a.5, vol.7, 303-306).
Carrol could be considered "insane" if a more comprehensive definition of insanity is used (FERREIRA, 1999), one which goes beyond the border of mental insanity, but also encompasses "irreflection, lack of discernment, imprudence, temerity, but, especially, whatever evades the rules; what is out of the ordinary; and also the person, animal or thing to which great love or enthusiasm is devoted" (CASTIEL et.