nonideological

nonideological

(ˌnɒnˌaɪdɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
not ideological
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They perceive the decision to work with the shuyukh as a purposeful policy intended to empower more pliable and largely nonideological shuyukh, at the expense of more "revolutionary" educated young people who would be less amenable to transactional politics.
106) of more recent studies as seemingly nonideological perspective must just as well be understood in terms of this very ideological context.
The party has always been fundamentally pragmatic and nonideological. It initially had many frictions and outright fights with the Reformists, but for the last decade it has been closely aligned with the Reformists to try to keep hardliners at bay.
Heitkamp also presented the clearest outline of any Democrat on this list for what she wants to see in a Supreme Court justice: "a true nonideological jurist" in the mold of Kennedy, she has said.
Kirk, who believed conservatism wasn't an ideology but the rejection of ideology, would most likely have found as much opportunity for reform as occasion for dismay under the seemingly nonideological President Trump.
Conservative activists, writes Hemmer, "were arguing that there was no such thing as nonideological media" (xiii).
The Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center and the Joint Committee on Taxation, both respected, both nonideological, say the bill would primarily benefit the wealthy and would leave most poor and middle-class Americans worse off over the long run.
A Republican appointed by President Barack Obama, he's earned a reputation as nonideological and pragmatic.
Political parties in the United States are nonideological, mass-based coalitions that by their very nature are best understood as vehicles for winning elections--nothing more and nothing less.
There is no mention of that in the Statement, which is a pity because there are many more crimes committed for nonideological reasons than crimes pursuant to section 257 of the Criminal Code--the victims of which, by the way, can also be Poles.
Legislatures will restrict funding, endowments will be regulated, disciplines known for being radicalized will be taken less and less seriously while the flight to nonideological fields of study will increase, the attention paid to so-called experts in academia will continue to slide and the academic bubble will grow increasingly unreal," Whalen continued.
For another, even if the public is mostly nonideological, ideology still has a crucial role to play in politics.