unartificial

unartificial

(ʌnˌɑːtɪˈfɪʃəl)
adj
1. not showing art or skill; not skilled or artistic
2. not artificial; genuine; natural
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Without loss of generality, the calculation methods should be unartificial, relative number, quantitative, and independent.
Because civilization, with all its banes, and the ill health of masses, as before alluded to, has still more antidotes, if the choice were to be made between a life passed in the solitary freedom of barbarous and unartificial nature, and the highly complicated, and, in many respects, morbid life of one of our modern cities, we think the preference might deliberately and safely be given to the latter, as more likely to confer not only a greater longevity, but a greater amount of average animal happiness; and singular as it may at first appear, the chances of the latter are in favor of a higher and more robust degree of health than the former.
Here is the frank, unartificial paganism of a new world.