- 1Not subject to conditions or to an antecedent condition; unconditional: this is love unconditioned in its givingMore example sentences
- The key to reconciling the radically separate individual with God and the world was suppression of the distinction between God and unconditioned individual subjectivity.
- Emerson could neither accept his dependence on things that forever exceeded him nor identify fully with the unconditioned subjectivity that remains at the fringes of awareness.
- This is perhaps what renders an actor mad, seeing in her or himself the subject of a pure possibility, of the eventual and unconditioned emergence of an unknown movement or affect.
- 2Relating to or denoting instinctive reflexes or other behaviour not formed or influenced by conditioning or learning: an unconditioned responseMore example sentences
- Impulses include what we would call today drives, appetites, instincts, and unconditioned reflexes.
- Before one can conclude that immune activation differentially affects conditioned and unconditioned behavior, further assessments of these two classes of behavior are necessary.
- Most researchers evaluating a motivational interpretation of sickness behavior have assessed the effects of sickness on unconditioned behavior, such as food intake.
- 3Not subjected to a conditioning process: waste in its raw, unconditioned formMore example sentences
- The drywall ceiling serves as the separation between conditioned space and unconditioned space.
- But don't allow unconditioned leather to get soaking wet, and always condition it afterwards.
More definitions of unconditionedDefinition of unconditioned in:
- The US English dictionary