Definitions

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  • adj. Not spatial.

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  • adj. not spatial

Etymologies

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non- +‎ spatial

Examples

  • By accident-he could not accept the idea of divine intervention-he had discovered what no one except a few mystics had guessed before: that the human mind, under certain conditions, possessed the ability to escape the confines of its body and roam about in a nonspatial place which might well be heaven.

    The Unpublished Writer and His Love Interest (The Painter)

  • They say too that it is nonspatial and nontemporal.

    Living in the Material World

  • Law is a very nonspatial field, and most spatial people become very bored and unhappy in the legal profession because one of their strongest aptitudes is left high and dry all day long.

    Now What?

  • Economists, poets, psychologists, and historians use the combination of nonspatial orientation and intuitive perception for dreaming up new ideas, theories, and concepts to understand and solve complex social problems and situations.

    Now What?

  • Introverted and extroverted Maestro nonspatial initiatives and occasionally sensors often take one of the following major career tracks in the social sciences and humanities talent category:

    Now What?

  • At the other end of the spectrum are nonspatial people who most naturally operate in a world of concepts that has little relationship with physical reality.

    Now What?

  • In the left half of the career pie we now have four spatial career paths, and in the right half of the pie we now have four nonspatial career paths.

    Now What?

  • The great majority of what is taught in an MBA program lies far over on the nonspatial end of the scale.

    Now What?

  • The first chart lists the four spatial career paths, which correspond with the left side of the pie diagram above; the second chart lists the four nonspatial career paths, corresponding with the right side of the pie.

    Now What?

  • The range of this ability is best described on a continuum from nonspatial to tangible to spatial, as below:

    Now What?

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