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unconditional

adjective absolute, categorical, complete, not limited by conditions, purus, simplex, unchecked, unconfined, unqualified, utter, without conditions, without reservations
Associated concepts: unconditional claim, unconditional guaranty, unconditional pardon, unconditional payment, unconditional promise, unconditional refusal
See also: absolute, categorical, complete, comprehensive, outright, peremptory, strict, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified, unrestricted

HEIR, UNCONDITIONAL. A term used in the civil law, adopted by the Civil Code of Louisiana. Unconditional heirs are those who inherit without any reservation, or without making an inventory, whether their acceptance be express or tacit. Civ. Code of Lo. art. 878.

UNCONDITIONAL. That which is without condition; that which must be performed without regard to what has happened or may happen.

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For most, an insistence on the unconditionality of the promises noted earlier seems to be all that is necessary to make the link to today.
At the dark centre of it is the recognition that all our categories of evil and wickedness are limited by a conditionality that is rendered genuinely meaningless in the face of the unconditionality of the one completely destructive and cynical individual amongst us, "the entirely lawless modern philosopher"--or (and this is the final paradox, for the two are, in the end, utterly indistinguishable--both destructive and creative) that which is known to reason only as unknown, the non-god of Isaiah and the Tao--the same and yet that can not be so.
My unconditionality with Hollywood, I suppose, has no limits," writes Fuguet.
52) Moreover, the normative unconditionality of the parent-child relationship gives a child a sense that he or she is of great value, which is to say so valuable that the parent will not give up on the relationship.
Since Jesus' speaking comes out of direct, intimate, relational solidarity, his uniqueness does not arise from personal power or inner strength but from the immediacy and unconditionality of being-himself-fully-relational.
I would also like the council to be fully aware that we know that the business plan and the other preconditions must be in place and that tenants are required before unconditionality can be achieved, but the insight is noted.
Though frequently criticized in the West, Chinese economic aid is very popular in Africa, since its unconditionality (the sole prerequisite being acceptance of the One-China principle) respects sovereignty, in regional eyes, and avoids the protracted negotiation process that, in contrast, can significantly delay the receipt of aid from the West.
They know the power of unconditionality, and, in the witnessing state, they experience self-transcendence.
Mr Wolfson also rejected Mr Driscoll's second argument, that Cardiff council was wrong to agree to the stadium becoming unconditional as the conditions had not been satisfied, and that therefore Cardiff City had failed to fulfil their obligations to Langston by reaching unconditionality on the pounds 58m Leck with project by May 2007.
Unconditionality and absolutes are not things we should strive for' (188).
There is, in short, no reason in principle to attribute to Plato the contempt for the sensible world that has been so widely disseminated under the name of Platonism; nor are there any grounds for opposing Platonic eros, as abstract and self-centered, to the unconditionality of agape.
The unconditionality of Wilson systems in the class of coorbit spaces was analyzed in [8] leading to the construction of Riesz basis for Bargmann space series in [10].