unconditionality love



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  • n. The state of being unconditional

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character or state of being unconditional.


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  • From this point of view, the importance of the family isn't a sentimental idealising of domestic life or a myth about patriarchy; it is about understanding that you grow in emotional intelligence and maturity because of the presence of a reality that is unconditionally faithful or dependable. in religious terms the unconditionality of family love is a faint mirror of the unconditional commitment of God to be there for us.

    Human Well-Being and Economic Decision-Making

  • Here are people from different parts of the body, unable by the law and custom of their communities to share the Eucharist together, nonetheless living out another sacramental reality, a sacramental reality that is in its essence about covenant and unconditionality.

    'The Fellowship of the Baptized' - The John Coventry Memorial address

  • It is not the message of a Love based on conditionality, but on absolute acceptance and unconditionality.

    Mike Schwager: The Message of the One

  • I expect that, to some degree or another, our children inevitably give us opportunities to prove this, to prove the unconditionality of our love, to prove that we would, we will, sacrifice ourselves - our hearts, our souls, our peace of mind, our place in whatever heaven we've hoped to reach - for them.

    This Is a Love Song

  • On a global scale, though, unconditionality has its purpose.

    Time Takes A Huey: Editor Kelly Rises, Successor Chosen

  • The issue of conditionality and unconditionality is an interesting one…Some children are nurtured in an environment of ready affirmation that is experienced as unconditionality; that nurture can result in either joyous self-acceptance or in an exaggerated sense of self-importance.

    Father's Day Sermon (Parenthood)

  • Marcel acknowledges, “Perhaps it should further be said that in fact fidelity can never be unconditional, except where it is Faith, but we must add, however, that it aspires to unconditionality

    Gabriel (-Honoré) Marcel

  • There is also the option of applying massive destruction against purely civilian or "counter-value" targets such as the firebombing of Tokyo in World War II when unconditionality marks the terms of surrender.

    Shock and Awe — Achieving Rapid Dominance

  • It is also the foundation of Kant's well-known contention that, however barren speculative theology and psychology may be, the reality of the moral order and the unconditionality of moral obligation compel us to make the existence of God, the immortality of our souls, and the moral government of the world postulates of practical philosophy.

    Recent Developments in European Thought

  • But to determine the unconditionality of causation, or the indispensability of some condition, is the great object of the methods, and for that purpose the meaning of unconditionality may be further explicated by the following rules for the determination of a Cause.

    Logic Deductive and Inductive


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