unquestioning acceptance

See: faith
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EDUCATION IS INTENDED TO EXPAND NE'S UNDERSTANDING F THE WORLD, NOT ENCOURAGING THE UNQUESTIONING ACCEPTANCE OF THE TWISTED VERSION OF HISTORY PEDDLED BY THE FAR RIGHT AND SUMMED UP IN THE USM GRAFFITI.
The first is an almost unquestioning acceptance of the continued existence of the urban environment as the dominant form of human habitation.
But that does not mean unquestioning acceptance of ineffective and very likely unconstitutional tactics that reduce civil liberties without making the public safer.
Ideally that unquestioning acceptance of others, in spite of outward differences, should be carried through to adulthood as a starting point in establishing relationships.
The unquestioning acceptance of the New York Attorney General's flawed DNA testing of herbal supplements is a testament to this perception.
What is objectionable is the unquestioning acceptance of the work of a special interest group by those in the field, including those in law enforcement and the court system, many of whom benefit from Casey largesse.
It was only in the sense of his perhaps unquestioning acceptance of this position that, for much of his life, Lindsay could be described as a "Proslavery Priest.
This is all the more appropriate since Gregory in no way idealizes pre-Reformation Catholicism, and acknowledges some of the ways in which modern civilization is superior to the Latin Catholic civilization that preceded the Reformation--particularly the greater social equality that has replaced the unquestioning acceptance of socioeconomic hierarchy in the ancient world and the Middle Ages.
Deep conceptual learning is a distinct learning approach from surface learning, which is characterized by memorization, rote learning, and unquestioning acceptance of textual information.
Some are comparatively minor, such as using the anachronistic and question-begging descriptor "Anglican" for the personnel and character of the Church of England in this period; or a rather unquestioning acceptance of the frankly dubious "Lancastrian" theory about the life of William Shakespeare that has the playwright ensconced in a Catholic house in Lancashire in the early 1580s.