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- adj. Alternative form of unproblematic.
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Given these other criteria the idea of neutrality does not give rise to the phenomenalism suspicion and the existence of inferred and unexperienced particulars is unproblematical.
They recognize that it is no longer credible to make unproblematical assumptions about what is or is not perceptible or significant.
It rests on unproblematical binary hierarchies of more and less significant detail, of primary perception and secondary reflection.
But while wearing veils was unproblematical in Yemen, I knew that back in Australia it would be different because the niqab is often viewed as foreign or oppressive.
For him it was unproblematical that a religiously defined organisation was the vehicle for overthrowing a religiously defined apartheid state.
For whereas desire (by which, he informed Scrotes, he intended carnal desire) was for the pantheists unproblematical (Scrotes raised his eyebrows at this), in the teleological universe of the theists (by which, he informed Scrotes, he intended the Christian worldview) the gratification of that desire being fruitless (excepting the pleasure it afforded), it was therefore purposeless, and what was purposeless was of itself contrary to a purposeful god’s will, therefore sinful.