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- n. The state or quality of being implicit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. State or quality of being implicit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being implicit; the state of trusting without reserve.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. inexplicitness as a consequence of being implied or indirect
IMO it is hard to match French expressions for succinctness and implicitness, e.g., fait accompli accomplished fact
The difficulty here, however, is to flesh out the relevant notion of implicitness in such a way that not every mental state, possessed by every creature
In other words, implicitness or explicitness of that negative sign does not affect the argument.
Hegel's analysis of the third moment of religion also involves a movement from implicitness to explicitness.
Claiming then that an answer was not yet possible, he nevertheless seemed inclined to favor the second idea, reject the first, and by implication accept some measure of the third; for if we can dispose of the implicitness of Nazism, we can certainly agree that the Irrweg may have had supranational origins and may therefore reoccur anywhere.
His directors, most of them his contemporaries and whose insurance knowledge was limited to what they had learned on the Guardian directorate, trusted and believed in him with absolute implicitness.
His affection was proved to have been sincere, and his conduct cleared of all blame, unless any could attach to the implicitness of his confidence in his friend.
Away they went with reckless precipitance, the cattle obeying the master hand of the celebrated raider with an implicitness which seemed to indicate a strange sympathy between man and beast.
American slavery came from its implicitness of faith.
If generation is the acme of organic implicitness, what is its correlative in nature, what is the acme of organic explicitness?