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- n. The condition of being inseparable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being inseparable; inseparableness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or quality of being inseparable or incapable of disjunction.
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"inseparability," of the emotional and physical (but only sometimes) ties that bind.
“Soviet law proclaims democracy, freedom, and legality,” he wrote, in the early 1980s, “while Soviet reality proves its inseparability from dictatorship, suppression, and arbitrariness.”
Einstein viewed this inseparability, now known as “entanglement,” as the fatal mark of the incompleteness of quantum mechanics: he sought a successor theory that would be local, realist and therefore complete.
As identical twins they conformed to that reputation of physical and psychological inseparability.
Much emphasis is placed on the inseparability of Bella and Edward, the fact that Bella cannot let Edward out of her sight for a moment without being panicky and scared, and the sheer, tumultuous bliss she experiences when she is with him, in a relationship that hovers on the edge of sexuality whilst firmly foreclosing its possibility.
It seems to agree with what we are learning and thinking about the inseparability of our selves and our bodies and about the fact that our identities are narratives to be told, not substances to be grasped.
Fifteen years after Stockholm, the inseparability of environmental, economic, and social well-being was enshrined as the three pillars of 'sustainable development,' a new term which promised a little something for everyone; like a long-term destination but which somehow forever remains on the horizon. 40 years after Stockholm, sustainable development is now dressed up as "the Future We Want" -- the title of the first, so-called "zero" draft of the Rio outcome document.
To affirm one's inseparability from good, inseparability from God, life, the only cause and creator.
This is known as the illusory dance of forms and emptiness, or the inseparability of awareness and the shining void.
Apropos of what he calls ‘autothanatography’ (the writing of death), Derrida takes as his example of the inseparability of fiction and autobiography