The right hemisphere is for nonverbal, intuitive, creative and nonrational
(not irrational) thinking.
A large portion of the general public's objections are in this category--a nonrational
sense of disgust at the idea of buying and selling human body parts.
Plato and Aristotle thought that the soul has a rational and nonrational
part, and that Socrates wrongly overlooked the nonrational
A second type of evidence for the nonrational
character of the failurists' attachment to government shows up in the way they evaluate policies.
B] denotes the search for a nonrational
Bezier curve and [*.
27]) and the result on nonrational
centers of log canonical pairs due to Alexeev-Hacon (see ), which can be obtained in the framework of .
The solution to discomfort arising from the fact that Islam is a religion is not to pretend that Islam is not a religion, but to recognize and accept the fact that religion as such is inherently irrational and potentially murderous because it posits a nonrational
means of knowledge.
These range from the difficulty in all wars of predicting what the political result of using force might be to the possibility that nonrational
psychological and cultural mind-sets may blind leaders to what actually motivates them.
On the correlative account of epistemology, both morality and religion involve nonrational
beliefs, and practical reason is reduced to its instrumental service toward ends humans are left merely to decide or posit.
, emotional elements are extremely effective in the process of public activity (Popescu, 2014) and in generating results and efficiency in public agencies.
The category of the nonrational
is central to what Smith terms a "historical poetics of justice" (218n1O).
Three pivotal ideas, reflected in recent Catholic literature, will be presented: a cultural understanding of racism; a reframing of the task of racial reconciliation; and the role of lament (and the importance of the nonrational
in Catholic ethical reflection) in achieving racial justice.