unlearnable

unlearnable

(ʌnˈlɜːnəbəl)
adj
not capable of being learned
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The paucity of his formal learning suggests that the true art of poetry is unteachable, unlearnable, all the formal components that go into the making of a poem as the harmonic concordance of sound and values and insinuation.
To have enough courage The life that must be lived In terrible October Sudden immersion in yellows streaked blood The fast rain Faces Inscriptions Trying to teach unlearnable lessons October This one love Repetitions from other lives the deaths that must be lived Denials Black walls Our quick stride side by side Her fugue
Their strengths are very particular, specific to both of them, and probably unlearnable.
Come, I shall tell you, and do you listen and convey the story, What routes of inquiry alone there are for thinking: The one--that (it) is, and that (it) cannot not be, Is the path of Persuasion (for it attends on truth); The other--that (it) is not and that (it) needs must not be, That I point out to you to be a path wholly unlearnable, For you could not know what-is-not (for that is not feasible), Nor could you point it out.
It is this organizing feature of morphosyntax that makes so many Native American languages almost unlearnable to those not born as native speakers.
The singer may, in short, give himself a free hand, break every rule and just sing; and yet he has a rhythm of his own so strong that it sets the heart of the trained singer leaping, so subtle that it defies imitation--wholly fascinating, wholly unlearnable.
There's unlearnable common sense to begin with, and you need to be an inspiring person to lead, to provide an example and to make people want to work for you.
It is natural to say that such a language is unlearnable.
The pronunciation of English was considered unlearnable and the language as a whole was seen as very difficult (contrary to present-day perceptions) until the nineteenth century: whenever English was learnt, it was because of the desire to read it, not speak it; in particular to read books on theology and medicine, sermons, and scientific texts.
Furthermore, because this conception of recursive learning involves a minimal deviation from rational expectations, the unlearnable equilibria are particularly suspect as descriptions of actual economies.
This rules out algorithms that ate infinite, or are unlearnable by us, etc.