Non·pla·ton'ic, adj.

1. One who does not follow the ideals of Plato. French Deconstructionists are good examples of nonplatonic philosophers.

2. Love conceived as an urge to union with the carnal, descending from passion for the individual to lust in objectification of the material.

3. An object of complex form. A buckyball would be a good example, or perhaps a Mandelbrot Set embedded in 30 space just to be assinine