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unconditional

Maths (of an equality) true for all values of the variable

unconditional

[¦ən·kən′dish·ən·əl]
(computer science)
Not subject to conditions external to the specific instruction.
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How might such unconditionality of the university restyle the concept of man, add to the history of truth, and contribute to producing new events to transform the colonial and post-colonial university into places of resistance?
The PND for the Congruence, Empathy, and Unconditionality subscales fell at 100%, suggesting that the MSBC was a very effective intervention for improving Allison's sense of affective attunement, regard, and, genuineness in the child-therapist relationship.
Derrida hints at 'disinterestedness' in the last chapter of Given Time in the passage which entangles the motifs of unconditionality and the 'disinterestedness:'
This should have come as no surprise given that the gradual evolution of social protection schemes over the 20th century towards more universality and unconditionality, echoing the understanding that targeting and selectivity had a marginal impact in redistributing well-being and promoting a more homogenous, prosperous and integrated society.
Por su parte, Horwitz anota al respect: "there is no type for the aporia and the unconditionality of openness it shows" (Horwitz, N.
44) Turning to the Kyoto Protocol and the language that calls for the reduction of GHG emissions in aviation through plans articulated by the ICAO, the ECJ recognized the EU's status as a party to the agreement, but determined that the provision lacked the unconditionality and sufficiency in precision necessary for a legal proceeding to use as a foundation to contest the authority of the directive to include aviation in the ETS.
This tension, however, is immediately minimized by the insistence on the supposedly dominant theme of unconditionality.
This aporia, where the impossibility of hospitality lies, is also productive in that the principle of unconditionality can function as a driving force for the possible revision of the laws of hospitality, such as immigration and multiculturalism policies.
Another factor, which needs our attention regarding the BISP design is the unconditionality of the cash transfer under the Programme to the recipient households.
In addition to unconditionality, certainty strikes at the core of negotiability of a note.
We explicitly mention this important detail in our article, highlighting that such unconditionality might indeed be critical for blood safety.
The very unconditionality of sacrifice is what guarantees its great virtue: the Mahayana canon and Jataka tales are replete with anecdotal reports of the same.