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unanalytic

(ˌʌnˌænəˈlɪtɪk) or

unanalytical

adj
not analytical, methodical, or logical
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By contrast, a person with a low degree of openness may behave in a conventional and unanalytical manner (Ariani, 2013).
Lopez, Carretero, and Rodriguez-Moneo (2014) have observed that "schemes about a nation's past are commonly used in a completely unreflective, unanalytical, and unwitting manner and remain uncontested and unrevised from a historiographical point of view" (p.
In contrast, when little attention is paid, information processing is automatic, which implies mindless, unanalytical, or intuitive processing of information.
"I recently read a profile of a director - I won't say who but a man who's done a lot of good work - and he professed he was just unanalytical of his work, which surprised me.
Zhao, Seibert (2006) defines high on Openness as creative, innovative, imaginative, reflective, and untraditional person but low on Openness as conventional, narrow in interests, and unanalytical person.
The German romantics thus came to be called "twilight men"; these admired in woman (as well as in children and in plants) her lack of awareness (unconsciousness) and her unanalytical mind (freedom from analysis)--thereby celebrating the "night side" of nature (Babbitt 1919: 159, 160).
There are a number of accounts of the development of import licensing (Department of Trade 1959; Moffatt 1970; Crawford 1968: 500-25) but they are all descriptive and unanalytical. The first comprehensive examination of non-tariff measures is that in Lloyd (1973).
This overlap, at times even competition, between Scarlett's particular romantic interests and the historical events of the wider world makes it quite clear that Scarlett's boredom with history is not simply the disinterest of an "unanalytical," intellectually incurious girl (214).
Laurence Mitchell has noted how the New Statesman of 27 March 1926 trivialized the novel with "unanalytical praise," and went on to say: "It has a note of airiness and fragility, almost of indolence; 'You must take me or leave me,' it seems to be saying, with its light mocking way; yet it is packed with wit, irony and an exciting charm.
It is easy to categorize what Je me souviens is not: it is not poetic, though it shares with the poetic the property of being untranslatable, of being what remains when everything else has been translated; not evocative, since the commission of an impressionistic evocation has been left to the reader; not sociological, since it is unstatistical, intrinsically subjective, and almost aleatory in its choices; not, pace Perec himself, "anthropological," since wholly unanalytical and unfetishistic; and, even if, as I said above, subjective, somehow not really "personal," since Perec is at pains, precisely, to objectify the personal, to retain a heroically self-negating neutrality of tone.
However, this does not suggest the denial of these thoughts, beliefs and world-views as nonexistent, what is denied is that "the unanalytical narratives of these (thoughts, beliefs and) worldviews given by the scholars of the first orientation in African philosophy can produce an authentic modern African philosophy" (xv).
Either the reader accepts Christ as the sacrifice to eliminate all sacrifices and all sacrificial crises (but this is unanalytical faith, even if it is grounded in anthropological observations), or Don Quixote has no claim to be the great book it is.