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lacking in intellectual depth or thoroughness

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marked by disregard for critical standards or procedures

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It's really an unfiltered, uncritical record of the state of human culture in 2012," he said.
delivers a warm-hearted, genial and uncritical film, bolstered by some fine performances.
From literary, medical, and philosophical perspectives, he provocatively argues that uncritical acceptance of accounts of the nature of addiction and the alleged relationship between drugs, creativity, and crime has resulted in romanticization and misguided treatment efforts.
Matthews fell in love with what he considered Fidel's "new deal" for the Cuban people, and his gushing, uncritical accounts in the paper of record were instrumental in the creation of Castro's mythic persona and his rise to power.
More damningly, Ehrenreich employs the words "terror" and "terrorist" with uncritical certainty, writing: "With great reluctance and foreboding, I had to agree with the Bush Administration that America needed to launch a 'war on terror,' or at least a determined effort to apprehend the terrorists.
Supporting the culture meant supporting racial segregation, the nuclear arms race, the violent overthrow of democratic and popular governments, widespread environmental pollution, uncritical support of business and commercial interests--even when they were doing clear and intentional damage to public and personal health, widening gaps between rich and poor and a lifestyle that was increasingly vacuous, materialistic and money-oriented.
While he remains PM there will be no new direction for this government or change of failed, discredited policies such as Iraq and the uncritical support of US foreign policy.
The trouble with Islam today is literalism, an uncritical approach to the faith.
The media, in particular, stand accused of often adopting an uncritical view of presidential and White House policy statements.
The sexuality debate is infinitely complicated by high levels of mutual ignorance and anxiety between 'North' and 'South,' and by perceptions, not always unfair, about the uncritical use of power and influence by older and wealthier churches," Archbishop Williams noted.
You muse on the nature of uncritical architectural theory, to which of course no one would admit.
I was appalled at the blithe and uncritical report about mobile stroke screening ("Mobile Ultrasound Screening Gains Acceptance," March 1, 2005, p.
Such respect can be sincere though not uncritical, and can recognize the wide areas of agreement that exist between the traditional values of Islam and Christendom, especially in the honouring of women and the centrality of family life.
Service-learning's component of reflection, in particular, can become an uncritical, narrow invention or project management tool.