Thus Massingale argues that Catholic theological ethics must attend to the nonrational
aspects of racism, that is, to those deeply ingrained and often preconscious patterns of meaning and value that undergird both personal behavior and institutionalized systems of racial advantage, privilege, and benefit.
As subsequent images make clear, one of the ways involves the blues/surrealist imperative to engage the nonrational
depths of the self.
My own work shows that decisionmaking is often nonrational
not only because of people's cognitive limitations, but also because their choices are affected by their values and emotions.
Completely dismissive of the theory of discarnate influences, he proposed instead that automatisms, by liberating the person from inhibitory processes, provide a greater integration and expression of nonrational
, spontaneous, subliminal (in the sense of Myers of "nonconscious") impulses.
behavior, such as when people act in response to deeply held beliefs that cannot be proven or disproven.
The accent, rather, is on the nonrational
manipulation of sentiment, an expanding capacity for which creates a tolerant indifference to other people's projects of fantasy and self-creation.
Many legal scholars, instead of giving serious consideration to that subject, ["the numerous nonrational
factors in the decisional process"], resort to derision.
Massingale said theologians need to tap into the nonrational
centers of imagination and symbol to heal racism and that the "sacramental imagination can play a pivotal role toward racial justice.
The imposition on strategic planning of this assumption was probably influenced by a variety of nonrational
considerations, such as the wrongness of a conflict between the two principal Anglo-Saxon powers.
Karu, Hard Lefschetz theorem for nonrational
These results suggest that once one takes account of potentially nonrational
expectations via survey expectations, sticky-price models are able to establish a close link between output dynamics and the behavior of inflation.
Additionally, it is important to consider how marriage can be seen as both a nonrational
and rational action depending on the viewpoint (Appelrouth and Edles 2008).
Yet Jane insisted on buying that powder, which reveals that there is something deeply ambivalent and nonrational
in her attitude towards Joe.
The Sentencing Commission and its Guidelines, for example, can be understood as a means of confining intuitive and nonrational
sentencing decisions to one decisionmaking body and then applying those decisions equally to all criminal defendants.
Consider the following statement by Scanlon: "Pain--ether that of rational creatures or nonrational
ones--something we have prima facie reason to prevent, and stronger reason not to cause.