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immeasurable

adjective boundless, countless, extending forever, extensive, great, illimitable, immerse, indeterminate, inexhaustible, infinite, innumerable, interminable, large, limitless, measureless, never-ending, unbounded, undeterminable, undetermined, unfathomable, unlimited, untold, vast
Associated concepts: immeasurable harm
See also: far reaching, indeterminate, inestimable, infinite, innumerable, profuse, unlimited
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Rosenzweig begins with the nothing, the incommensurable, which must unfold (there is much of this new language in Iser) itself from inside itself to the traveling differential, the Leibnizian infinitesimal calculus that supposedly dissects God's immeasurability into an ever-emerging series of finite scissions, allowing translation of God's essence into self-[Rosenzweig's] performing realizations resulting in a continual self-specification of the world and an equally continuous flow of shifting configurations of the human self.
The letters deepen and refine our knowledge of Berlioz's lifelong idees fixes, among them the immeasurability of genius, the incompatibility of politics and art, the wonders of travel, the vicissitudes of love.
He is accused of wavering between the view that the discontinuity and immeasurability of subatomic reality is subjective and the view that it is objective.
So, while Fergus looks for his next scapegoat the questions which must remain are numerous in their immeasurability.
Ross interprets aesthetic judgment for Kant as a restoration of "the anarchy, the immeasurability, of the good within the imperative to establish law" (p.
Virtually no other business function faces such diversity in its business partnerships or faces the resultant immeasurability of its contribution to the business.
In the best case, 'a building has its beginning in immeasurability, passes through the measurement of the design process, and emerges finally into architectural immeasurability'.
If the signified was the immeasurability of Hayagriva's virtues alone, that sense being sufficiently expressed by the figure of hyperbole, the sentence would not start with the third person pronoun "he" and be linked to the relative pronoun "who.
It's simply that there's another half to it, and that is the immeasurability of creativity and goodness that have to be affirmed in the workplace.
Admittedly, even in using these three stated objectives, one is still confronted with the problem of immeasurability of the performance of decentralization, particularly when there are no reliable statistical indicators of participation, effectiveness and accountability.
The essence of team production is interdependence and the inherent immeasurability of marginal productivity across workers.
He meant space without economic or emotional limits; an Intelligent and Sensitive Space, with qualities ranging from the Intimate Heat of bed to the Immeasurability of the universe; a Human space with a Light that illuminates me from within.