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  • n. Plural form of interpenetration.


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  • I have to wonder what my Google profile is and what the interpenetrations will mean for my future.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The tales reveal the interpenetrations of the public and private (familial) in contemporary culture, by turning a personal tragedy into a public spectacle with implications relevant to all Christians.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Because man thus lives, not in an ever-equal chain of mutually exclusive moments, in Clock Time, but in Duration, with its variously close interpenetrations of the successive parts; and because these interpenetrations are close in proportion to the richness and fruitfulness of the durations he lives through; he can, indeed he must, conceive absolutely perfect life as absolutely simultaneous.

    Progress and History

  • But this is only to affirm that every object is linked on to every other object by a multiplicity of relations -- that each part is woven into the texture of a larger whole in a universe of interpenetrations.

    Nature Mysticism

  • In truth, there have always been many interactions and interpenetrations between Muslims and non-Muslims ...

    George Loper's Website

  • The themes are life, art and various interpenetrations, and the ending has a wistful-poetic sadness that suggests it's all a dream, it's all madness -- or is it?

    Movie City News

  • “non-obstruction” or muge here must be understood to mean what allows for their interrelations and interpenetrations that constitute things.


  • Frankfurter, was no doubt, intended to be reassuring as to the future of the Federal System: "The interpenetrations of modern society have not wiped out State lines.

    The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation Annotations of Cases Decided by the Supreme Court of the United States to June 30, 1952

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