unchosen


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unchosen

(ʌnˈtʃəʊzən)
adj
not chosen or elect, that has not been chosen
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Every ideal of stability and tradition extolled by Marohn is a gift of our pre-modern or unchosen inheritances, as Patrick Deneen's Why Liberalism Failed has written and Alexis de Tocqueville cautioned before him.
Have a look at the activities of the 'Politically Unchosen Bizenjo' who did not realise that gone are those days when one's casually spoken words went unrecorded and undocumented.
Radical individualism involves the corrosion of people's sense of themselves as defined by a variety of strong affiliations and unchosen bonds and its replacement by a sense that all connections are matters of individual choice and preference.
Trump suggested her as-yet unchosen successor should abandon talks with the bloc if they do not get a better deal.
Paraphilic disorders are not manifestations of a character flaw, but manifestations of unchosen qualitative differences in the nature of one's sexual cravings.
Notably, the paper delimits its scope of study to Chinua Achebe in Things Fall Apart and Riaz Hassan in The Unchosen to represent Africa and South Asia respectively.
The individual is seen as irrational, manipulable, directed by unchosen preferences, urges, and desires.
The piece instead performs a mode of seeing and speaking from "within" that past, identifying its remainders, alternatives, and unchosen possibilities.
Because in contemporary politics conservatives and liberals both start with this false understanding of human nature, they wage a ceaseless battle over "the ideal avenue for liberating the individual from constitutive relationships, from unchosen traditions, from restraining custom" (58).
Several bishops' conferences also noted that traditional catechesis "does not always enjoy a good reputation among young people, because it reminds many of them of 'a compulsory and unchosen path in their childhood,'" the working document said, quoting a response from an online questionnaire of youth and young adults conducted last year.
Some of our largely unchosen first-order reactions, such as disgust, can underwrite morally laden character traits.
''We would have had to close the country, but we didn't."If that isn't racism, ask the Falasha, the Ethiopian people Rabbis declared Jews and the government spent millions "saving" them from "The Unchosen People".