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unconditioned

/un·con·di·tion·ed/ (un″kon-dish´und) not a result of conditioning; unlearned; occurring naturally or spontaneously.

unconditioned

(ŭn′kən-dĭsh′ənd)
adj.
Psychology Not dependent on or resulting from conditioning; unlearned or natural.

un′con·di′tioned·ness n.
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With these closing reflections, Sweet directs the reader back to Kant's argument that reason must turn from the theoretical to the practical in order to satisfy its longing for the unconditioned.
In unconditioned space, the same general trend can be seen, although the efficiency is generally lower.
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It is important to note that although an involuntary response, whether vocal or non-vocal, is elicited by an unconditioned stimulus in a reflex relation, the same response or response class may also be evoked under other environmental conditions.
In previous publications, Michael (1993a) introduced the term unconditioned establishing operations (UEOs).
In Paris, the French foreign ministry confirmed the kidnapping and asked for an immediate and unconditioned release of the aid worker.
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And philosophy has demonstrated that 'modernity brings to consummation' the 'supreme value of rational autonomy' (43), which is to say, the divine, unconditioned truth revealed in history.
The thought of going un-barbered or unconditioned to a public event is beyond my pale.
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Holly and pine "deck the halls," because in the East, evergreen trees symbolize the unconditioned and unchanging - that which is ever alive and does not die.