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Adj.1.unthematic - not relating to a melodic subject; "there is nothing unthematic in this composition"
thematic - of or relating to a melodic subject
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The feast is significant both for thematic reasons and a very unthematic one.
Macroscopic and histological evaluations were unthematic because of unblinded assessment.
In his introduction, he admits to the digressive, unthematic nature of the collection.
The relationship will be explicitly central in activities such as prayer or worship, but normally this philia guides our daily decisions in an unthematic way.
The latter is exemplified in the a priori religious consciousness of Friedrich Schleiermacher (the feeling of absolute dependence) or the transcendental existential of Karl Rahner (the unthematic horizon within consciousness of absolute mystery).
Logically situated outside the building, a further project titled The Sculpture Park was constituted by an unthematic display of large-scale sculptures selected from among gallerists' proposals.
His two principal examples, touched on only lightly, are Salvador Dali, who is said to make explicit the latency of the unconscious, and Kazimir Malevich, who is seen to elevate "the unthematic into the thematic"--that is, to make explicit the abstract fundaments of all painting.
unthematic, of God, the reality of a divine presence, first imposes
Through most of its pages, Double Vision seems oddly unthematic, even disorganized.
Moreover, the notion of an "unthematic" and "anonymous" divine self-bestowal that attains its final actualization in Jesus Christ places the Christian in the peculiar position of claiming to know the real truth of another religion better than an actual adherent of that tradition.
Luminosity has many equivalents in the history of philosophy, from Aristotle's "wonder" whereby "all human beings by nature desire to know," to Karl Rahner's "unthematic and non-objective pre-apprehension of the inconceivable and incomprehensible single fullness of reality."(9) In a sense, though our intentionality seems more obvious to us, because we must advert to what we do in order to do it, our luminosity proves more fundamental.
In acts of knowledge and volition, a person experiences the inexhaustible depth and richness of the totality of being; this experience is an unthematic, nonconceptualized preapprehension of God as the end of all dynamic acts of the human spirit.