Definitions

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  • adjective Not of or pertaining to the ground (surface of land).
  • adjective Not having been ground.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ ground

Examples

  • I would contend that we will find it, amongst other places, in the numerous occasions where Laclau has recourse to the notion of the ontological difference — in the radical Heideggerian understanding of difference-as-difference, a notion which simultaneouly points at the a-byss of the nonground and thus has to be situated within the wider horizon of current post-foundational thinking.

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  • I would contend that we will find it, amongst other places, in the numerous occasions where Laclau has recourse to the notion of the ontological difference — in the radical Heideggerian understanding of difference-as-difference, a notion which simultaneouly points at the a-byss of the nonground and thus has to be situated within the wider horizon of current post-foundational thinking.

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  • And then all of it began to melt away, the nonground beneath Kirk’s feet.

    THE RIFT

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