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  • adj. Not intentional.


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non- +‎ intentional


  • Edward George, who said, ` ` What we have here is a series of nonintentional misrepresentations.

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  • This would mean that God had to at least know all the (nonintentional) events prior to the appearance of the virus and set things up to end up with the virus or God would have had to intentionally determine all the events themselves, including quantum indeterminate events.

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  • In an instance where you change from a nonintentional act to an intentional act.

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  • Since 1954 he has often employed chance operations and other nonintentional, as well as intentional techniques, when composing verbal, musical, theatrical, and multimedia performance works.

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  • In a few of these cases, however, Socrates goes on to ask whether these states must be of something “that is” rather than something “that is not,” a clarification that would be pointless for nonintentional relatives.

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  • On several occasions Socrates explicitly brings nonintentional cases in order to explain his point, such as parents, children and siblings, and doubles and halves.

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  • If large and complex modern societies can no longer be integrated solely on the basis of shared cultural values and norms, new nonintentional mechanisms of coordination must emerge, which take the form of nonlinguistic media of money and power.

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  • Nonetheless the theory of modernity still remains in his continued use of systems theory and its understanding of nonintentional integration.

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  • The mixed sort of account that Block calls "quasi-representationism" is a version of strong representationalism, since it does rule out qualitative features that are both nonintentional and nonfunctional.

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  • Harman precisely denies the existence of mental paint, but Block holds that, in particular, he can introspect the nonintentional, nonfunctional items that he calls "qualia" in a sense quite different from our own.

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