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unfathomability

Definitions

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  • noun The quality of being unfathomable.

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Examples

  • It's one of American cinema's more unusual studies of trauma in all its bluntness and unfathomability, and in that, it is perhaps above all a film by Jack Garfein .

    Celebrating 'a Monument'

  • He argues that "extravagant stylistic hybridity" in "Moby-Dick" is an appropriate vehicle for what Melville wants to convey — "the unfathomability of human nature" and "the inscrutability and blind power of the natural world."

    Beginning With the Word

  • He argues that "extravagant stylistic hybridity" in "Moby-Dick" is an appropriate vehicle for what Melville wants to convey — "the unfathomability of human nature" and "the inscrutability and blind power of the natural world."

    Beginning With the Word

  • He argues that "extravagant stylistic hybridity" in "Moby-Dick" is an appropriate vehicle for what Melville wants to convey — "the unfathomability of human nature" and "the inscrutability and blind power of the natural world."

    Beginning With the Word

  • "Power to Save the World" is a picaresque, flat-out love song to the bad boy of the great American energy debate -- as good a book as we're likely to get on a subject mired in political incorrectness, general unfathomability and essentially limitless gut fears.

    Here's a book to read...

  • "Power to Save the World" is a picaresque, flat-out love song to the bad boy of the great American energy debate -- as good a book as we're likely to get on a subject mired in political incorrectness, general unfathomability and essentially limitless gut fears.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • "Power to Save the World" is a picaresque, flat-out love song to the bad boy of the great American energy debate -- as good a book as we're likely to get on a subject mired in political incorrectness, general unfathomability and essentially limitless gut fears.

    Green With (Nuclear) Energy

  • Someone might argue that the very unfathomability of the workings of such a complex system implies that we can't judge just what the consequences will be of a given development.

    Another Dimension to the "World Falling Apart" Piece

  • Dembski presupposes unfathomability, then when ‘fundamental discontinuities’ pop up in the inablity to elucidate any causal mechanisms for the logical consequences of unfathomability, he jumps on the discontinuities, taking them, not as mere consequences of the concept of unfathomability, but as a confirmation of a ‘scientific’ theory!

    Robert Camp:Can Intelligent Design be considered scientific in the same way that SETI is? - The Panda's Thumb

  • (Any screwy argument premised on omnipotence (hyper-elasticity) and unfathomability (contraction) is true but degenerately so, ie. you can prove anything with omnipotence and unfathomability, if the premises are not thrown out as being flawed.)

    Robert Camp:Can Intelligent Design be considered scientific in the same way that SETI is? - The Panda's Thumb

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