incapable of perceiving

See: insensible
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Between the drunkenness of the peasant incapable of action and the dream-intoxication of the idealist incapable of perceiving the reason of things, and the true character of men.
Clark argues that we cannot continue to regard the Earth as an entity one can understand as a whole as we are permanently inside it and therefore are incapable of perceiving it from elsewhere.
It is impossible to see both exhibitions at once, the eyes are incapable of perceiving both atmospheres of light in the same moment.
One clinical report shows that even very young children accurately perceive traumatic events (1): people are not intrinsically incapable of perceiving reality, even when overwhelmed, or of understanding themselves and others.
Unfortunately, some people suffer from poor binocular vision, rendering them incapable of perceiving 3D images.
I would hate to think that visiting soccer teams and their supporters who travel to Eugene should come to think of us as some third-rate cowtown whose soccer audience is populated by a bunch of loudmouth ignoramuses incapable of perceiving the subtleties of the sport they are viewing.
[1] As descendant of the surviving Africans, the protagonist appears to intuit the historical meaning of sugar production and seems incapable of perceiving canes merely as green fields swaying in the wind, the picture the tourist industry conveys of cane fields.
He roots this disarray in an inadequate theology: biblicist, eschatologically utopian, and crudely monistic, it is incapable of perceiving proximate ends or selecting the relatively best among possible options.
Certainly, a judge and two teams of lawyers may know more about the laws of a country while still remaining incapable of perceiving justice.
Fussell's great theme in The Great War and Modern Memory that the first war so persistently frames our experience of modernity that we are incapable of perceiving our historical situation, even our own biographical experience, except through its prism.