Denegate

Den´e`gate


v. t.1.To deny.
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Comolli reads this surplus as a blockage to illusion: "The coded is more visible, the supposedly known more awkward, the belief more problematic: there is more to denegate, a body and a knowledge too much" (19).
Also, note Taylor's discussion of agape as the "gift" given by the "sacred" that denegates God.