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Unconditioned

adjective
1.
Not established by conditioning or learning.  Synonyms: innate, unlearned.
2.
Not conditional.  Synonym: unconditional.



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"Unconditioned" Quotes from Famous Books



... title of "The Ethical Religion Society," and described itself as a branch of "The Ethical Church," "the Church of men to come," which is one day to emerge from the united efforts of all who believe in the everlasting "Sovereignty of Ethics," the unconditioned Supremacy of the Moral Law. The Ethical Movement is now beginning to spread in Europe and America. It is represented very largely in the United States, where, indeed, it was inaugurated some twenty years ago by Dr. Felix Adler, of ...
— Morality as a Religion - An exposition of some first principles • W. R. Washington Sullivan

... of a transcendental science of the world (cosmologia rationalis); and, lastly, of a transcendental science of God (theologia transcendentalis). It is the glory of transcendental idealism that by it the mind ascends in the series of conditions till it reaches the unconditioned, that is, the principles. We thus progress from our knowledge of self to a knowledge of the world, and through it to a knowledge of the ...
— The World's Greatest Books—Volume 14—Philosophy and Economics • Various



Words linked to "Unconditioned" :   conditional, vested, blunt, naive, unconditional, unqualified, crude, conditioned, innate, stark



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