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Synonyms for incoherency

lack of cohesion or clarity or organization

nonsense that is simply incoherent and unintelligible

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In both cases formalism is irrelevant to the matter of beauty--but in the former case this irrelevancy (or aesthetic accessory value) is formalism's force; in the latter case it declares its incoherency.
This, as we know from Experience and Its Modes, Oakeshott identifies as the incoherency of the practical life that both defines the sort of activity it is and limits its possibilities.
Almost inevitably, his narration tends not to find connections, but on the contrary, to discover more incoherency and non-connectedness within individual lives.
The danger from the dually flawed Canadian approach is that its ambiguity, incoherency, and substantial discretion, left in the hands of the government, renders it vulnerable to capture by domestic interests (e.
Countering such critiques, I suggest that Kingsblood Royal deliberately speaks speaks to, from, and in terms of the radical incoherency in the racial attitudes of mid-century America, an incoherency that is a target of the novel rather than an effect.
The various medications caused weight gain, incoherency, extreme cramping, and sleeplessness; they never stopped the seizures.
Requiring all to integrate into a Europe that denies its raciality is an impossibility (this incoherency is at the root of the problem of commonly imagining a unified future).
The most important part of the GNSS software is the pre-processing which is responsible for checking an occurrence of cycle slips in precise carrier phase measurements and an incoherency between code and phase observations caused by the receiver clock jumps.
Its plot is anti-plot as held by Ling Wang and Mingli Qin, and novels of anti-plot are those whose "time relation and cause and effect relation are featured by distinctive incoherency and fragmentation" (Wang and Qin 67).
The last part of this chapter centers on the problem of religious diversity and the EW theory, generated by the conclusion regarding EW's incoherency.
To this end, as a priori information on the source, besides the incoherency, we assume to know the spatial support (-a', a') of [j.
In these circumstances, they can reduce substantive incoherency by establishing clear boundaries between issue areas and attributing a single bureaucratic unit to each one.
This is achieved by drawing on printed, written, and spoken accounts, but one of the potential problems of attempting to collect such a diverse range of sources is the potential dissolution into diffuseness and incoherency.