unneurotic


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unneurotic

(ˌʌnnjʊəˈrɒtɪk)
adj
(Psychology) not neurotic
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Adj.1.unneurotic - not neurotic; "successful mothers--mothers with unneurotic children"; "he's the most unneurotic person I know"
psychoneurotic, neurotic - affected with emotional disorder
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11) I believe, and I would have liked it if Octavio Paz agreed--and I think he does--that the only decoding Westerners can do, that the only unneurotic reading of India that is possible given our logocentrism, is this one which privileges the surface.
A brief admission to American chat show host Ellen DeGeneres that finding a grey hair had "brought me to tears slightly" proved to be slight crack in the face of confidence, but otherwise she too was surprisingly unneurotic.
For the time being, we are courageous and confident, unafraid, unanxious, unneurotic, not sick" (p.
In this sense, as I think Korzybski strongly implied, and as RET agrees, science and unneurotic sanity tend to be similar.