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- n. The state of being infeasible or impractical
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being infeasible; impracticability.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or quality of being infeasible; impracticability.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of not being doable
Political infeasibility is certainly a shortcoming of a legislative proposal. frt Says:
In this often surreal town, the absurdist gibberish that comes out of LAWA, the city department that owns and operates LAX, about the infeasibility of bringing Metro to the terminals takes first prize in the fiction department.
Apparently conceding the infeasibility of the approach, the U.N. is giving up on binding agreements on the hard caps for emissions it already had in place.
Just as conventional wisdom was consistently proven wrong in the 2008 presidential election, it's also proving wrong about the political infeasibility of a carbon tax.
Establishment pols say political infeasibility makes single-payer healthcare a non-starter, but the recent political tragicomedy unfolding in VFWs and gymnasiums across America have only left the Left dispirited and brought the Right, smelling blood, to the warpath.
Thus GÃ¶del's theorems demonstrated the infeasibility of the Hilbert program, if it is to be characterized by those particular desiderata, consistency and completeness.
In fact von Neumann went much further in taking the view that they showed the infeasibility of classical mathematics altogether.
I tend to think more according the (b), though if it turns out that the computing resources required to circumvent this infeasibility are greater then what is available in the universe (an infinitely large computer) then this problem segues into (a) as well.
So there is a pragmatic argument available that recommends the autonomy of social facts based on the infeasibility of derivability.
This suggests the infeasibility of the use of military units for any aspect of the contrived situation.