Did you mayhaps mean nonrational?
- adj. Contrary to reason; lacking an appropriate or sufficient reason; irrational.
- adj. Lacking the ability to reason.
- adj. Not within the domain of what can be understood or analyzed by reason; outside the competence of the rules of reason.
- adj. economics, social sciences, public policy Not based on one's own interests; inconsistent with utility maximization.
“It is, however, "non-rational" in the sense that it may be very personal, emotional and existential -- a different kind of truth from the process of seeking objective universal truth.”
“It is a non-rational intuition of the truth, goodness and beauty that lie alongside the darkness in any human heart; an intuition that spurs us to actions that transcend our drive for personal gain and even survival.”
“In a debate with Hitchens a few years ago, the journalist Chris Hedges made the point that Hitchens fulminated against the irrational without admitting the existence of the non-rational.”
“We also have feelings (which are largely non-rational), desires (often the same), etc.”
“This would, indeed, make my decision non-rational.”
“I make plenty of non-rational decisions, so does everybody else.”
“What I needed to change wasn't my official beliefs but the non-rational cancer of prejudice inculcated into me by the Bronze Age biblical mythology I was raised on.”
“Only a post-modern, multi-cultural, cultural-relative, non-rational analysis could conclude that corruption was subjective.”
“Why are Republicans so good at propagating non-rational propaganda?”
“The second, called "non-rational propaganda," is not necessarily aligned with anyone's "enlightened self-interest," but is instead "dictated by, and appeals to, passion.”
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