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  • n. The condition of being inextricable


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  • One may take as a sample statement, her argument that "The special centrality of homophobic oppression in the twentieth century, I will be arguing, has resulted from its inextricability from the question of knowledge and the processes of knowing in modern Western culture at large" (Epistemology,

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  • Even more basic, her mother literally is author and text, whose headstone first acquaints her with her letters and, thereby, with insight into the inextricability of reading with loving, dying, and living.

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  • Endorsement for the forthcoming Blackwell, 'Companion to the Philosophy of Literature': In its richness, variety, learning, and consistent balance, this anthology, which assembles some of the great names in the field, along with brilliant younger critics like Joshua Landy and Rupert Read, will serve as textbook for anyone interested in the inextricability of philosophy and literature.

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  • Pages and pages of mostly unobjectionable, uncontroversial stuff about how marriage is good for kids (along with some much vaguer and more dubious stuff about the purported inextricability of civil and religious marriage), followed by a weird series of logical leaps to the conclusion that gay marriage will spell doom for the institution.

    The Princeton Principles

  • This inextricability usually requires the existence of some form of body-borne computer.

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  • Before Einstein, who asserted the radical inextricability of spacetime from the universe itself; and quantum physicists, who showed that there is no such thing as perfectly empty space; Romantic poets, with their figuration of atmosphere, and Romantic philosophers, with their interest in phenomenology, asserted the radical in-ness of reality.

    'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' as an Ambient Poem; a Study of a Dialectical Image; with Some Remarks on Coleridge and Wordsworth

  • So the inextricability of the force coming in made it possible.

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  • But, besides the remoteness of people from the truth, there is another cause which prevents people from seeing the obligation for them of the simplest and most natural personal, physical labor for themselves: this is the complication, the inextricability of the conditions, the advantage of all the people who are bound together among themselves by money, in which the rich man lives: My luxurious life feeds people.

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  • He portrays the inextricability of everything from everything else, including thought's inextricability from things.

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  • In all fairness, Blackburn's direction does tighten up considerably after the first body drops (an event heralded with a mercifully brief use of fish-eye lens), and there is some interest drummed up by the extremity and seeming inextricability of the dire situation.

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