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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unthink.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not thought; not imagined or conceived; not considered: often followed by of, formerly by on.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. so unexpected as to have not been imagined
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No, experts do not always have the right answers, but more often can bring those questions that otherwise would go "unthought".
Against this, identifies a pervasive "unthought" which can mislead unbelievers when they consider religion just as easily as equivalent "unthoughts" may lead believers into strange ideas.
There are three “convergences” that Merleau-Ponty sees between Husserl’s phenomenology and Heidegger’s ontology, more precisely, what remains "unthought" in Husserl and Heidegger’s explicit thinking.
Just when a decisive voice is called for, there's Michael Ignatieff bleating almost en passant about the Harper cut-and-run exercise, and then proffering loads of hype about a Liberal "thinkers 'conference" in March (which may conflict with a Spring election call, leaving all those thoughts unthought).
This unsavory aspect of life is kept hidden and generally unthought of in our daily meals.
The evidence is thin but compelling: those schools which are able to reassure pupils that something will be done about bullying are also those with an active pupil council - a concept that was simply unthought of in my day, in my religious-controlled grammar school.
Some decisions seem so unthought out and unmachiavellian they make you want to reach for your cloak and dagger.
By that time we will most certainly have the means to generate tons of power from things like fusion or unthought of technologies.
It's a welcome change from the rash, unthought out action constantly taken by the previous administration.
Who today, invoking the words "9/11" does not contribute to the delay of the unthought?