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unconceived

(ˌʌnkənˈsiːvd)
adj
1. not conceived of or imagined
2. (of a child) that has not yet been conceived
3. not brought into being or produced
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The first Terminator film was an example of the first type, as had not Kyle Reese come back to save Sarah Conner and her as yet unconceived child-savior of humanity he would not have been there to impregnate her with the promised savior and so John Conner would not have existed to send Kyle back in time to impregnate his mother with him.
Almost daily, we hear about new, previously unconceived of ways that disruption is changing the landscape.
Exceeding Our Grasp: Science, History, and the Problem of Unconceived Alternatives.
The fifth step is the resolution of the problem, where negative criticism becomes a positive construction in order to change the unconceived reality.
"What You Don't Know Can't Hurt You: Realism and the Unconceived," Philosophical Studies 137(1): 149-158.
Stanford claims that the space of unconceived alternatives "appears to be indeterminate and unbounded" (2006: 133).
Looking it turn at the recent debate on scientific realism, causal realism, and the quantum challenge, he considers such aspects as scientific realism and its relation to common sense, the natural ontological attitude and the vices of the realism debate, the problem of the unconceived alternatives, delayed-choice experiments and the metaphysics of entanglement, and particle physics without particles: causal realism in quantum field theory.
The confluence of the defendant's acts or omissions and foreseeability of harm to a future and unconceived child determined a duty of care.
interspersed with passages of reflection and analysis" (90) in Ludlow's own drug experiments "as a vehicle of exploration, a tool of discovery, in that it can provide glimpses of 'hitherto unconceived modes and uncharted fields of spiritual being ..."' (93).
One of Bailey's more political/sexual statements in this current exhibition is his Urn for the Multitudes of Sperm and Eggs that are Forever Unconceived. Aesthetically linked to his early works, such as the titillating Nite Pots (1966), this urn is a quiet satire on sperm banks and the political controversies regarding abortion.
People who oppose contraception and abortion rush right past living, breathing women in need to worry about justice for the unborn or unconceived. Poverty and oppression are inextricably linked to a woman's ability to control when she has children and how many she has.