deaf to reason

See: restive
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With no end to the outrageous acts and provocative language by an administration appearing to be deaf to reason, people seem to be pulled in all directions by various causes and issues that need to be urgently addressed.
The Birmingham Post and Mail did a great job of campaigning on this cause but ultimately the global board of Goodyear Dunlop was deaf to reason.
CAIRO -- The Islamic State extremists who have beheaded another Western hostage are deaf to reason and must be destroyed, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Saturday as Muslims worldwide were urged to pray for the victim on one of Islam's holiest days.
Not all Republicans are deaf to reason on this issue.
And their shrieks just show they're deaf to reason.
Jack Dromey, national organiser of the Transport & General Workers Union, said, ``The employers are deaf to reason.