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too sacred to be uttered

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There are, however, two principal issues that we feel subtract from, rather than add to, the ineffability that Okri seeks to create through form.
Finally, Francis concludes by affirming the existence of a postmodern perspective relying on the ineffability of region, whose essence cannot be portrayed in any form (2004: 29-49), thus partially reaching common ground with van Herk.
There are obstacles, of course: the fact that our knowing takes place within the temporal flux of materiality in the regio dissimilitudinis; (14) the nature of our disordered desire that removes us from God; the ineffability of the divine essence whose light is so great that our strength fails to behold it.
Both ways, both methods are limited, because they are both subjected to the ineffability of the Sense as presence.
On ineffability in the Tractatus, see, among numerous other recommended sources, P.
As well as the literature of authenticity, Faber reminds us, there is a literature of enchantment, which invites the reader to participate in the not-real in order to wake from a dream of reality to the ineffability, strangeness and brevity of life on Earth.
By artfully nobilitating the vernacular as the language of theological poetry, Dante builds a community that brings together the living and the blessed to the common experience of the ineffability of God and divine love.
Take away that ineffability and life loses much of its meaning.
It also implies a deep hatred ineffability desire to see pain, suffering, and injury or inconvenience others (Crossley, 2008).
The ineffability of the cheesecake transcends mere ingredients and extends to broader questions.
202: Half the air in a given space, 1998, whose Robert Barry-esque ineffability (compare that artist's designation as works, in 1969, of quantities of inert gases released into the atmosphere) is belied by the infantine delight of seeing it embodied by thousands of party balloons.
non si po dicer ne tenere a mente: This expresses the ineffability of the woman, and according to Gorni, also correlates with Paradiso XVIII (11) "ma per la mente che non puo ridire"--the mind that cannot relate what it saw, so inexpressible it is in human terms (113).
Given the breadth of topics covered in The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Music, I was surprised that my main interest was not adequately addressed: the ineffable character of music, or, more specifically, the ineffability of musical experience, the limits of analysis, the borders of thought, and the boundaries of language to capture subjective states.
Justice, however, shows that the "relevance of music to Hemingway's style, works, and life ranges from direct influence to the ineffability of the Zeitgeist" (193).
You read someone like Charles Wright, and what he mostly does is call attention to the ineffability that you can't know.