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  • adj. Not dissociable

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Incapable of being dissociated or separated; inseparable: as, indissociable states of consciousness.


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  • This residual negativity — the blind underside of elegance — coincides with the return of the question of history and ethics beyond rhetorical reading, and, in this respect, proves indissociable from the question of the relation of these works (and these authors) to the work and the teaching of Paul de

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  • Indeed, the account he provides is indissociable from the predicament whose discovery he reports in it.

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  • Nevertheless, the event of these essays proves to be indissociable from the question of de Man's legacy, and this becomes especially clear when de Man registers the opposition between their event and an historical (or psychoanalytic) account of their emergence:

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  • The pluralism indissociable from a democratic society, which has been dearly won over the centuries, depends on it.

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  • On this view the arrival of Christ as God-Man is indissociable from the reception of Christ by the Church or proto-Church in Mary.

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  • As any American who has created or beheld a moving or still image, who has sung or hummed or heard a song, who has written words or knelt to pray them, can easily attest, our culture "lived" and our culture "done" are as indissociable as politics expressed and policies endured.

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  • But I do not for a moment believe that his greatness is in his status as a thinker: even less, that the poet and the thinker are indissociable.

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  • The problems in our educational system are indissociable from broader malignant trends in our society and they can't be solved by lots of testing and by punitive actions against schools that are not performing well.

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  • Pope Benedict XVI comments in his reading for February 20, "Truth and worship stand in an indissociable relationship to each other; one cannot really flourish without the other, however often they have gone their separate ways in the course of history."


  • Once again, this call creates the conditions for a new international discussion, indissociable from solidarity with the Bolivarian revolution.

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