unific

unific

(juːˈnɪfɪk)
adj
rare unifying; uniting
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These master-themes--subject-object relations, the function of the will, the role of intuition, self-knowledge and reflection, and the unific power of sympathy--resurface time and again in Coleridge's prose.
The actual texts of the Canterbury Tales, or Truth, or the Parliament are thereby compiled from the various manuscript sources and presented discrete from a record of variants that both justifies the texts and challenges the unific certainty they presume to represent.
The actual texts of the Canterbury Tales, of Truth, or the Parliament ate thereby compiled from the various manuscfipt sources and presented discrete from a record of variants that both justifies the texts and challenges the unific certainty they presume to represent.