unsystematized

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unsystematized

(ʌnˈsɪstɪməˌtaɪzd) or

unsystematised

adj
not systematized or arranged in a system
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Moreover, in the case of mysis shrimp, the bigger issue was the problem of lost and unsystematised knowledge rather than the problem of knowledge evaluation.
But in making these classificatory decisions, those who classify often draw on a wide and unsystematised body of knowledge, such as common sense.
By contrast with expert knowledge, this common knowledge is collective and unsystematised, incorporating the diverse array of attitudes and beliefs about 'madness' that are socially ratified.
On Cambodia's transition from unsystematised folk-justice (volksrecht) to satzungsrecht, see Ian Harris, 'Onslaught on beings: A Cambodian Buddhist perspective on crimes committed in the Democratic Kampuchea period', in Awaiting justice: Essays on Khmer Rouge accountability, ed.
On the subject of what I have called the particular (unsystematised) determinants of the stories, these were simply anecdotes about Duchamp (such as his mental undressing of women) or parts of his work (such as the Mutt urinal) which found their way into the stories in one way or another.