incommunicable


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Let the incommunicable objects of nature and the metaphysical isolation of man teach us independence.
He had been annoyed out of all reason by the knowledge that they lay below him through the sick idle days - a burden incommunicable. For that reason the blood tingled through his body, when Hurree, skipping elephantinely, shook hands again.
Ms Ardern is talking about the pain, suffering, anguish and grief suffered by the entire society, which she says are incommunicable in words.
In Britain, Roger Fry and Clive Bell would bang the drum for Post-Impressionist abstraction by invoking the notion of 'significant form' to suggest that beauty had little to do with a painting's purported 'meaning', but instead depended on a somewhat vague suite of internally derived (and largely incommunicable) formal characteristics.
Pain is always fresh and always incommunicable. It splinters the self and impedes all efforts to maintain a coherent self.
"I am constantly trying to communicate something incommunicable," he wrote.
Effectively, we are in Plato's cave; reality itself is incommunicable, out of reach; here inside there are nothing but copies.
A selection, moreover, of those panoramic studies, which draws the general movements, and [also] seeks to unveil the internal processes of a genre, on an immense continent, full of millions of incommunicable men (RAMA 2008, p.
Nicole Thatcher's comprehensive monograph continues in this line, focusing on the performative aesthetic structures by which Delbo's work tries to "communicate the incommunicable" (2000: 120).
"Is there any love, I wondered," the author asks, "with the amazing color and vibrancy of the love between siblings bearing an incommunicable secret?" Careful viewers of Del Samatar's sharply contrasted black-and-white drawings will notice the humans beneath the imaginary scales and feathers.
We shall put the right health interventions in place to tackle infant and maternal mortality and fight incommunicable and communicable diseases.
The chaos narrative exists just beyond the text because, as Frank suggests, it is incommunicable. The chaos narrative appears more recognizable during Puller's most vulnerable states during the following episodes: immediately after his wounding; during the death of his father; after his political defeat; his alcoholism; and his attempted suicide.
[...] the divorce between entities that maintain primary and professional education and those who maintain secondary and higher education are insensibly competing, as one of the signatories of this Manifesto has already observed, 'in order to establish in Brazil two parallel school systems, enclosed in watertight and incommunicable compartments, different in their cultural and social objectives, and, for this very reason, instruments of social stratification'.
A British judge said in a famous 2 [omicron] I [omicron] case, "In the eye of everyone save the believer, religious faith is necessarily subjective, being incommunicable by any kind of proof or evidence." (2) Believers might feel that the discussion has missed the point and insist that religious belief is not like belief in an additional planet or cosmological process, as if God and the act of creation were simply placed alongside other entities or happenings.