unchosen


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unchosen

(ʌnˈtʃəʊzən)
adj
not chosen or elect, that has not been chosen
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We come to realize that its deeper truths--its political traditions--unfold over time into a political and social order of autonomous adults who leave behind the premodern authority of relational institutions that gtew out of a thick web of largely unchosen obligations.
I liked better one of the unchosen monikers: "The Center of the Universe.
As part of the recapitalisation, the partnership will accelerate existing initiatives to further Quantum Health's growth and innovation in helping consumers navigate their unchosen healthcare journey, resulting in better health outcomes and cost savings for large self-insured employers and their plan members.
Contract notice: Servicing and Equipment Maintenance Services in the New Server Hall and Unchosen Part for Servicing and Equipment Maintenance in the Server Hall From Previous Procedure.
This genre of human rights emphasizes one's minimal duties toward all humans within the context of unchosen realities, dire as they may be.
Individualism, as he uses the term, "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.
The company is now working on an underwater system 3x larger than the first prototype and will partner with an unchosen developer of alternative-energy systems that utilize ocean / wave power.
Yet egoism is simultaneously interpreted as unchosen (automatic) and normatively suspect.
Quietism teaches us to turn away from injustice or to accept it as an inevitable feature of life that happens to the deviant, the disobedient, and the unchosen.
Beyond the practical impact of the legal endorsement of family life a la carte, the law's teaching function further undercuts the ethic of unchosen obligation--that there are some things one must or must not do, not because he or she has chosen that in a strict sense, but because fulfilling those obligations is what it means to be a parent or spouse.
However, when birth control fails--through inadequate contraception, unchosen sex or other reasons--and results in an unwanted pregnancy, all women have a right to choose abortion and have the means to obtain it.