disimagine

disimagine

(ˌdɪsɪˈmædʒɪn)
vb (tr)
to shun from the imagination
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To disimagine the space is to maintain its otherness by attempting to separate it from human structures of meaning.
Instead, Hemingway disimagines the bird by retaining its imagistic simplicity and offering no suggestion of a symbolic purpose--he maintains the impenetrability of nonhuman interiority, and by doing so underscores the limits of Santiago's interpretive gesture.
To this material essence [gravity] answers Truth, in the intellectual world,--Truth, whose center is everywhere and its circumference nowhere, whose existence we cannot disimagine .