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(colorless) eidetic permanence and moral stainlessness, (13) and
Understood naively, these domains are manifested within the context of human affairs primarily as a (ruddy) mutable carnality that opposes (colorless) eidetic permanence and moral stainlessness,(13) and judgmental chromatic tropes denoting this opposition are acknowledged both by certain characters while speaking, and by the narrative voice(s) of certain poems whereby readers gain access to the perceptions of various members of Arthur's court.