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In this sense, Jarry defined pataphysics precisely also as a kind of hyper-science, going namely beyond matter and spirit duality, and so reaching the infinite depths of existential mystery: "the science of that which is superinduced upon metaphysics [.
c) That other Natural authority which I call limited is the Parental power which Certainly till the necessity of Civill Authority was superinduced upon it, was very large yet limited, not only by Civil Constitution, and Government superinduced, but even in its owne Nature;
From within the ten years' silence of 1832-1842 (an era of Tennyson's own sort of "unpoetry"), Tennyson was living out one particularly painful problem with perfectly correspondent organic form, that nothing will come of nothing, death's superinduced non-shape.
I fear the seemingly incredible story which I am about to relate will be regarded as the result of a distorted intellect superinduced, possibly, by the glamour of unveiling a marvellous mystery, rather than a truthful record of the unparalleled experiences related by one Olaf Jansen, whose eloquent madness so appealed to my imagination that all thought of an analytical criticism has been effectually dispelled.
He says "It must be apparent that the predisposition to cholera was superinduced from atmospheric causes, as in our other American epidemics.
7) There, the court held "where real estate is actually invaded by superinduced additions of water, earth, sand, or other material .
Nature seems to have originally meant them to be women; but, by some cross-accident, as happens in the production of monsters, the external male form has been superinduced upon a female stock" (2:443).
Consumption habit is often superinduced in NKDSGE models to improve fit.
10 concludes by stating that superinduced supercharacters from parabolic subgroups are essentially twisted super-permutation characters (again using the generalization of the inflation map).
The "mental habits, superinduced by familiarity with the intense excitement of novel reading," threaten not only to be "subversive of all rational sensibility," but also to undermine the social cohesion that is such an integral part of Methodism.