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But it goes beyond this, given that the uses and the political characterizations of Parsifal after Wagner's death, and the ways in which the German musician has been linked to Nazista, have converted the work itself into a ruin, into an inapprehensible object that appears to us with all the signs of its erosion and its brilliance.
We are presented with a faceless man, an inapprehensible figure who never speaks directly and he always does so through someone else, and although he is almost always absent, he is always being talked about.
The referenced tuples should be replicated accordingly or else some eld values, for instance sequence number, may be inapprehensible.
Wrapper constructions are often complex and inapprehensible for the average investor, thereby lowering the governance that hedge fund investors would otherwise provide.
As even the venerable Arnold Toynbee commented, "this word 'unique' is a negative term signifying what is mentally inapprehensible.
Vulva is a noun, yes, but a mucosal inapprehensible one, and indeed a word not frequently used in common parlance in the same way as woman.
And yet in Taussig's careful prose, the gentleman's wonder at the inapprehensible color conveys a quality of experience that cannot be reduced to simple exoticism.
One can better understand the reasons why the uncertainty can consume us, for it is difficult to trust the inapprehensible and to believe in a relationship which depends not only on me but also on some Other whose interiority remains always a mystery to me.
At the heart of even the most empirical and materialist epistemology resides a lack, an acknowledgement of an inapprehensible excess, that extends beyond our Capacity to know.
O world invisible, we view thee, O world intangible, we touch thee, O world unknowable, we know thee, Inapprehensible, we clutch thee
The mulatta's dance, walk, rhythm, and constant movement in the midst of the turbulent Caribbean sea is what makes her inapprehensible and therefore "free," or the source of an alternative form of (maritime) sovereignty.
Poetry is the symbolic criticism of value and because this criticism can garb itself in even the most random subject, it is specifically inapprehensible.