unarbitrary


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Adj.1.unarbitrary - not subject to individual determination
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It was these defeats that propelled their scientific sophistication about racial hierarchy--particularly their defeats in cases like Delgado because it was these types of cases that stated schools could segregate if they refined their theories and instruments that proved linguistic differences, and if they developed unarbitrary and nondiscriminatory assessment that proved a difference.
benefits appeals] on an agency which for good faith and unarbitrary
Kateb understands self-reliance to be primarily about self-perception, and he thus asserts the priority of mental over active self-reliance because the critical distance that "unarbitrary" self-perception requires cannot be achieved at the moment that one is engaged in social, political, or even familial affairs.