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It is, however, necessary to distinguish between conditioned and unconditioned probability.
An unconditioned civil death awaits her in case of widowhood—even if this sad fate befalls her when she is two or three years old.
FROM THE CAVES AND JUNGLES OF HINDOSTANHELENA PRETROVNA BLAVATSKY
The unconditioned is its country, its native land, its home.
All you can say of it is that it is a conditioned effect of an unconditioned cause.
FASHIONABLE PHILOSOPHYLAURENCE OLIPHANT
The unconditioned God is argued for only that it may serve as the basis for the belief in a personal one.
THEISM OR ATHEISMCHAPMAN COHEN
Thus, if the Unknowable is a cause of phenomena it ceases to be the unconditioned and becomes part of the phenomenal order.
THEISM OR ATHEISMCHAPMAN COHEN
Unconditioned, un-kon-dish′und, adj. not subject to conditions or limitations: infinite: inconceivable.
Neither was it formed upon a plan of unconditioned misery, for there are many joys interspersed throughout the whole.
This world was not formed upon a plan of unconditioned happiness, because it is overspread with miseries.
In this expression with the primal elements, unconditioned, its tendency is to move in direct lines.

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