GINSBORG, Two Kinds of Mechanical Inexplicability
These personas tell their lives' stories in an amorphous manner causing inexplicability
since nobody pays attention to anybody's story in particular.
, it seemed, was a proposal voiced by Dyankov for an increase of 1.
ANOTHER REVEALING RESEARCH finding from Isidore Silver, is that the inexplicability
of management actions is the greatest cause of problems and grievances in the work environment.
Indeed, based on a philosophical tradition that associates cause with the irrational, due to the intrinsically unstable relationship of cause to effect, Jacques Lacan understood cause in terms of the inexplicability
and inaccessibility of desire--and hence with the misrecognition at the heart of what we call reality: the disconnect between what we want and what actually is.
relates to a deep fear of 'trespassing across boundaries that may be sacred' and 'a sense of being powerless and ineffectual' (Vallance & Tchacos, 2001).
2004), "Two kinds of mechanical inexplicability
in Kant and Aristotle".
The ruins in Shadow do this as well and, due to the fact that there is absolutely no trace of habitation, go further to point to their ultimate inexplicability
That pain and the inexplicability
of the reasons behind the divorce have not been a stumbling block in the path of the woman who knew marital bliss for only six months before her husband filed for divorce.
On the other, through the inexplicability
of the mental image, Taha's belonging to the lost place does not appear as a material belonging--not as a matter of "having and having not".
the mystery transmitted to us by music is not death's sterilizing inexplicability
but the fertile inexplicability
of life, freedom, or love.
18) Kathy Phillips suggests that "[references to imperialism and militarism often occur together because, once a country accepts the need for colonies, it must rely on force to put down local rebellions and fend off other European nations" (225), asserting the inexplicability
of colonialism, read here as an extension of imperialism, and violence.