unimpededly


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unimpededly

(ˌʌnɪmˈpiːdɪdlɪ)
adv
in an unimpeded manner
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Subsequently, Armenia can unimpededly perform the relevant operations.
Laub feels that this state is an immanent characteristic of the Holocaust, that it cannot be witnessed because "The degree to which bearing witness was required, entailed such an outstanding measure of awareness and of comprehension of the event--of its dimensions, consequences, and above all, of its radical otherness to all known frames of reference--that it was beyond the limits of human ability (and willingness) to grasp, to transmit, or to imagine," and that "the event could thus unimpededly proceed as though there were no witnessing whatsoever, no witnessing that could decisively impact on it" (Felman and Laub 84).
Baldwin's interpretation is richly grounded in archival research in Danish, Swedish, German, and French as well as in English, and he succeeds admirably in what he rightly describes as the difficult task of "reconciling the social scientists' fondness for unimpededly logical argument with the historians' penchant for craggy detail"--a reconciliation that is obviously essential if we are ever to understand long-term processes.