nondidactic

nondidactic

(ˌnɒndaɪˈdæktɪk)
adj
not didactic, or lacking a message
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There are values at the core of this story--such as the powers of healing and forgiveness--but they are presented in a nondidactic way.
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In doing so, these eruvic spaces allow both authors to develop their sense of Jewish identity in a nondidactic manner, subverting the expectations of polemic or pessimism that many critics and scholars have read into them.
Another is the nondidactic way the parables are presented.
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Yet, ultimately this effect also creates a nondidactic openness--where the different subject positions of the audience will determine the ethical response--which in turn explains how both the political right and left in France could appropriate Code Unknown for their own means.
A nondidactic yet well valued service from the public library provided perhaps in partnership with other agencies, through which knowledge and learning materials can be harvested online and reconstituted as learning journeys.
This perfect little board book introduces babies to fun-to-say Yiddish words in a nondidactic, entertaining way.
How can we mourn, and question, and activate, all while also respecting the autonomy of language, letting the seemingly inessential, the unpolitical, the nondidactic in, allowing the independence of the poem, allow a space for the other to speak?
He sees in this nondidactic way that God is the sort of Being who knows exactly what he is doing and why, and that despite appearances, God is completely in control of the otherwise uncontrollable, chaotic situation.