without foresight

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This providence is over my fate, that I have to be without foresight.
The essence of instinct, one might say, is that it provides a mechanism for acting without foresight in a manner which is usually advantageous biologically.
Casaubon had not been without foresight on this head, the curate being able to answer all Dorothea's questions about the villagers and the other parishioners.
But decisions taken without foresight and planning, while giving the impression of short-term gains, will not work well in the long term.
policy abroad has always been reactive, tied into the vicissitudes of domestic politics, formulated without foresight or a clear strategy.
"Impulsivity, or action without foresight, is a factor in many pathological behaviours including suicide, aggression, and addiction," said Goldman.
Without foresight, innovation and process improvements, owners likely will become casualties rather than competitors in the challenging apartment industry.
However, the development of internationally recognised arts organisations, such as the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Birmingham Royal Ballet, and opportunities such as the hosting of G8, do not happen without foresight, careful preparation - and passion.
If the type of rigid thinking so prevalent in the handling of small communities in Northern Ontario continues without foresight, don't be surprised to hear of a "municipal bankruptcy."
Without foresight and appropriate regulation, we could experience another depression.
If done without foresight, they may hurt the country's research and development industries as well as consumers.
But a leader without foresight is blind in one eye, he concluded.