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un·think·ing

 (ŭn′thĭng′kĭng)
adj.
1. Not taking due thought; thoughtless or heedless: proceeded, unthinking, into the trap.
2. Exhibiting a lack of thought: unthinking bravado.
3. Incapable of the power of thought.

un·think′ing·ly adv.
un·think′ing·ness n.

unthinking

(ʌnˈθɪŋkɪŋ)
adj
1. lacking thoughtfulness; inconsiderate
2. heedless; inadvertent: it was done in an unthinking moment.
3. not thinking or able to think
unˈthinkingly adv
unˈthinkingness n

un•think•ing

(ʌnˈθɪŋ kɪŋ)

adj.
1. thoughtless; heedless; inconsiderate.
2. indicating lack of thought or reflection.
3. not endowed with the faculty of thought.
4. not exercising thought; not given to reflection.
5. not thinking; unmindful.
[1670–80]
un•think′ing•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unthinking - not exhibiting or characterized by careful thoughtunthinking - not exhibiting or characterized by careful thought
thoughtless - showing lack of careful thought; "the debate turned into thoughtless bickering"
2.unthinking - without care or thought for othersunthinking - without care or thought for others; "the thoughtless saying of a great princess on being informed that the people had no bread; `Let them eat cake'"
inconsiderate - lacking regard for the rights or feelings of others; "shockingly inconsiderate behavior"
3.unthinking - mentally sluggishunthinking - mentally sluggish      
stupid - lacking or marked by lack of intellectual acuity
Adv.1.unthinking - in a thoughtless mannerunthinking - in a thoughtless manner; "he stared thoughtlessly at the picture"

unthinking

adjective
1. thoughtless, insensitive, tactless, rude, blundering, inconsiderate, undiplomatic He doesn't say those silly things that unthinking people say.

unthinking

adjective
2. Showing no concern, attention, or regard:
3. Devoid of consideration for others' feelings:
Translations
غَيْر مُتَرَوٍّ، عَديم التَّفْكير
bezmyšlenkovitý
ubetænksom
hugsunarlaus
bezmyšlienkovitý

unthinking

[ˈʌnˈθɪŋkɪŋ] ADJirreflexivo

unthinking

adj (= thoughtless, unintentional)unbedacht, gedankenlos; (= uncritical)bedenkenlos, blind

unthinking

[ʌnˈθɪŋkɪŋ] adj (remark) → sconsiderato/a

unthinkable

(anˈθiŋkəbl) adjective
too outrageous to be considered. It would be unthinkable to ask him to do that.
unˈthinking adjective
showing lack of thought or consideration. His unthinking words had hurt her deeply.
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The author of the novel Grandad's Landscape, professor Rapola, succeeds in expressing something fundamental in his essay "The Language of Culture" contained in his work The Field Remains Behind: "Taking a scornful attitude to what stays behind is nevertheless a curtailed form of thinking, it is unthinkingness. The bygone has not ceased to exist because its most conspicuous manifestations have become buried under those of today.
Resistance to patriarchal authority in Dickens is thinkable, it seems, only when it is divorced from thought--only when it takes the form of the unthinkingness of sleep, blackout, or swoon.
(8) When she commented on the trial of Eichmann, she noted that Eichmann's evil was rootless, the evil of the Other: "he was summing up the lesson that this long course in human wickedness had taught us--the lesson of the fearsome, word-and-thought-denying banality of evil." (9) As the shallow subject demonstrates an absence of will, evil thrives in Eichmann because of his emptied state, for unthinkingness makes a person exist as a mere "fungus on the surface." In short, unlike Kant's belief of the innate propensity to evil, Arendt suggests that the subject becomes evil due to the superego's internalization of the (Nazi) Other.