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Use "prerational" in a sentence
"When morality is in this way non-dialectical, casual, impulsive, polyglot, it is what we may call prerational morality."
"Defined as natural talent or "prerational" genius, ingenium was held in contrast to the wisdom gained from practice and experience, and considered a divine stamp on the soul delivered at the instant of one's birth."
"~ The Unbelievable -- Problem with Harris is he won't recognize levels of religious faith, i.e. levels of spirituality, at least basic ones such as prerational, rational and postrational."