Like the Furies, the Cheneys stand for unreason and emotionalism.
In The Embrace of unreason, Frederick Brown weaves a warning for America from the story of the divided French.
It is that phenomenon that Frederick Brown explores in his brilliant new book, The Embrace of unreason: France, 1914-1940.
The more he believes in his own reason, the more he yearns for some method of out-shouting the unreason of his neighbours.
The unreserve and unreason of her passion at last disgusted him.
The greatest theologians contributed to the welter of unreason from which this pseudo-science was developed.
It was typical of the unreason of his sex that he failed to be impressed by this argument.
I gave up reason; I surrendered myself to unreason; it is a not unpleasant process, occasionally.
It was almost hysteria, to such a pitch of unreason was she wrought.
There were not only doubt and denial, but now there were also impatience and unreason.