undiscoverability

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The undiscoverability of divine character is repeated in a famous sentence from her second letter to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, the Unitarian minister, abolitionist, and writer to whom she wrote seeking advice on the publishability of her poetry and who became to her a kind of mentor or "preceptor," where she states of her family: "They are religious--except me--and address an Eclipse, every morning--whom they call their 'Father'" (Selected Letters 173).
Indeterminacy arguments focus on the inherent uncertainty or undiscoverability of the factual determinations that an interpretation forces lower courts to pursue.