boundlessness


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Synonyms for boundlessness

the quality of being infinite

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Jensen (2016) emphasizes an apparent boundlessness of metamedia:
His story suggests that, while geo-spatial technologies such as Ushahidi evoked a sense of boundlessness and individuality, they also fostered strong feelings of social connection and national cohesion.
Madina shows me what boundlessness, persistence and resilience look like every day I think of the adolescents she will guide in her classroom soon and how fortunate they will be to tap her deep knowledge of the immigrant journey Madina, a new American, makes me want to be a better American.
We all belong to an advanced technological order that places us in this limitless, boundless virtual sphere, and people really want to see that boundlessness realized in their own physical environment.
With spidery limbs and a sprawling imagination, Brooklyn-based Raja Feather Kelly brings a vivid boundlessness to all he does.
What could be a more triumphant testament to the boundlessness of music than the story of a group of retired Cuban musicians becoming super famous as Buena Vista Social Club?
The boundlessness he alludes to derives from the varieties of subjective experience, and does not require vast expanses.
The building and the politics and practice of world literature understood as world literatures must be characterized by boundlessness and limitlessness in order to achieve an understanding and practice of the universal and planetary.
Boundlessness is implicit while the utterance is tied continuously to both past and future, and unstable.
If we see this as a metaphor, could boundlessness entering into its unity produce a witnessing void-based consciousness that can know its Self?
Ross has produced for the most vital figures in hip-hop, but on Lantern there are no rappers in sight--a conscious decision to avoid being pigeonholed as a "rap producer." Granted, the album isn't entirely divorced from hiphop--its monstrous single "Ryderz" recalls the hyperspeed soul of College Dropout-era Kanye--but its sonic boundlessness is the thing that hits you the hardest.
Postmodern theorist Frederic Jameson references the sublime in "relationship to and [as] the representation of the machine" which, in the technological era, represents the "boundlessness" and "terror" of the global network of power that blankets us and fills us with awe.
The biggest problem of all, experts agree, is that Hadoop's seeming boundlessness instills a proclivity for data exploration in those who use it.
Accidentally ordered sets of causes can extend backward to boundlessness.
Action enacts and produces a kind of "boundlessness"; in its boundlessness, action "always establishes relationships and therefore has an inherent tendency to force open all limitations and cut across all boundaries" (190).