unbalanced mind

See: insanity
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But in all unbalanced minds the classification is idolized, passes for the end and not for a speedily exhaustible means, so that the walls of the system blend to their eye in the remote horizon with the walls of the universe; the luminaries of heaven seem to them hung on the arch their master built.
Only those who have experienced neither dreaming nor waking distinguish between the two--and dreaming is the same as vision and as death," says a character in Ladislav Klima's Glorious Nemesis, a fast-paced novella, full of creepiness and mystery, that aims to disrupt every firm distinction we make between not only the real and the imaginary, but also curiosity and obsession, innocence and guilt, mental health and an unbalanced mind.
Such a wicked act as was perpetrated in this case tends to suggest a somewhat twisted and unbalanced mind.
As for myself, how unfair, after banging away for over 50 years without an incident or the slightest evidence of an unbalanced mind (disregard my partner's opinion), and still contributing generously in retirement by taxation to the overdraft of the country and those who enjoy unemployment as a lifestyle choice.
Sudarshan could have been taken as the ravings of an unbalanced mind, were it not for the fact that the outfit espouses many other beliefs which are based on prejudice and hatred, rather than fact.
Thus, Harker's reality, recorded by himself in his journal, may be said to be the paranoid projection of his unbalanced mind.
The surprise of the Donmar Warehouse revival of "A Streetcar Named Desire" is that, in director Rob Ashford's assured and stealthy hands, a play famously about an unbalanced mind turns out to be all about balance.
Judge Globe added that Higgins' unbalanced mind had led to him buying a string of firearms over the internet using his mother's credit card, despite her efforts to stop him.
Her critics' chief complaint seemed to be that she had violated an unspoken taboo against mentioning assassination during a campaign, for fear it might encourage an unbalanced mind to think about committing that crime.
Wigs and gowns that would seem to suggest an unbalanced mind when worn at Vauxhall's car factory in Luton seem very fitting here, where it would take more than mere mass murder to divide legal counsel, who oppose each other vigorously in court, but co-exist harmoniously outside it.
His latest unbalanced mind belongs to soldier Jim David, an Iraq War veteran who finds it hard to cope back on civvy street.