unintentionality

See: accident, quirk
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As collateral damage is revealed in the marketization of education through "college and career readiness," marginalized individuals fit Bauman's critique of the ethical blindness of unintentionality.
Later, Professor Harper writes that the mistaken attribution "might be seen as a comparable--albeit unintentional (though that unintentionality is part of my point)--disavowal of the real significance of racial difference in the very sites of daily personal experience and familial domesticity that are the focal points of the novel" "Disavowal" might name what Robinson exposes in the novel and finds that critics haven't given enough attention to.
Like NATO, Israel insists on the unintentionality of its murders, with the exception of the 'targeted assassinations' (which usually take the lives of people nearby anyway).
A factor analysis was conducted to check their unintentionality.
Unintentionality in responses may occur because of lack of adequate training or knowledge or the need to understand the importance of being consistent and thoughtful in daily responses to students and others with whom one works.
Classic demonstrations of the unintentionality of implicit learning come from studies of anterograde amnesia.
A particularly effective device for representing both the motive unintentionality and the "morality of sensibility" that constitute the dual "his-story" of male hysteria in this Gothic text, the contagion of Clithero's sleepwalking memorably suggests the dangers of Huntly's excessive reliance on "Reason" as an "antidote" for the pitfalls of affective response.
With the brilliance of unintentionality, corporations founded by the ascetic and pious brought to birth a new world dedicated to the pursuit of pleasure through the possession of commodities that dazzle the mind and senses.
Why the boy in the poem "wants to dunk God / in petrol and haul him out again" and why the rat gnaws at the poet Tulsidas pose, so to speak, underwhelming questions with, of course, no "insidious intent," which is clearly ruled out by the speaker's transparent unintentionality.