inscrutableness


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He just shook his head, as if reconciled once more to the inscrutableness of Western logic.
Early in the narrative, spurred to thought by the passing of the Piccadilly omnibuses, Clarissa revels in the inscrutableness of being, refusing to "say of anyone in the world now that they were this or were that," and allowing herself a multiple and simultaneous apprehension of life (MD 8).