Conceptible

Con`cep´ti`ble


a.1.Capable of being conceived; conceivable.
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conceptible of pity and justice and conscience even if only in the recollection of his long painful aspiration toward them, toward that something anyway of one serene universal light," the youth wryly responds: "So man is always right" (197).
Sobre esta base, y en relacion con nuestro poeta, se afirma que el "simbolo egureniano obedece a esta necesidad de representarnos (mediante personajes) las cosas cuya percepcion es dificil o confusa; mediante la ambivalencia del simbolo: la real, conceptible de apreciarse y la evocada, posible de ser desentranada" (17).
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