Definitions

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  • adj. Not apparent.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ apparent

Examples

  • Each one has its nonfood equivalent, its nonapparent or “spiritual” dimension.

    Women Food and God

  • Through a system of nonapparent motive vehicles, we will seek to initiate from within the disintegrated participatory constituents an innovated focus-drive generating a core-gravity that will channel exertory critical impulses along complementary and bi reflexive vortals ... '

    Be My Enemy

  • Underlying the tropes is a formulation of the epistemological problem in terms of signs: if from the apparent we obtain knowledge of the non - apparent, then the apparent serves as a sign, the nonapparent as a thing signified (see Photius, III, 121).

    SKEPTICISM IN ANTIQUITY

  • He divides the nonapparent into three kinds: (1) the absolutely nonapparent, e.g., the number of grains of sand in Libya; (2) the nonapparent by nature, e.g., the invisible pores in the skin, or the void outside the universe; and (3) the nonapparent at the moment, e.g., the city of Athens.

    SKEPTICISM IN ANTIQUITY

  • Things absolutely nonapparent may be left out of consideration.

    SKEPTICISM IN ANTIQUITY

  • Skepticism does not challenge appearances, but only the dogmatists 'claim to have certain knowledge about the nonapparent (cf.Ac. II. 103; PH I. 19-20).

    SKEPTICISM IN ANTIQUITY

  • Things nonapparent at the moment can be signified by present appearances that remind us of them (admonitive signs), as smoke is the sign of fire, a scab is the sign of a wound (AM

    SKEPTICISM IN ANTIQUITY

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