unsatisfied and unsatisfiable
desire of the subject to penetrate the
In that respect, they are reminiscent of the viewpoint of Lincoln's own elite bureaucratic contemporaries-the acidulous Adam Gurowski, the unsatisfiable
Wendell Phillips, the ambitious Salmon Chase--who could not imagine how someone as gauche and uncertified as Abraham Lincoln could possibly pilot the country through the shoals of chaos.
The process starts with an empty variable assignment that is iteratively extended until obtaining a complete assignment that satisfies all the constraints or the instance is proven to be unsatisfiable
He adds, however, the further thought, developed out of Stanley Cavell's reading of Wittgenstein, that this therapy also seeks to bring us to acknowledge our standing but unsatisfiable
urge to transcend the limits of language (p107).
The result is a gothic predatory capitalism that keeps creating more and more damage and hence unsatisfiable
risk-demands and then profiting off remedies (partial, always incomplete ones) all the way down.
The demand for love is both unconditional and unsatisfiable
Gier and Kjellberg claim that the principal culprit in suffering is belief in a real self (atman), which belief "gives rise to desires that are ultimately unsatisfiable
precisely because no such self exists" (297).
One recent approach that provides an alternative to B&B algorithms is based on unsatisfiable
(UNSAT) core identification.
The authors showed how it is important to ensure that permitting a user delegation request does not render the workflow unsatisfiable
with regard to authorization information.
the empty clause) has to be deduced from an unsatisfiable
set of clauses.
A propositional formula, X, is said to be inconsistent or unsatisfiable
if and only if it is false (o) under all its interpretations.
So my teacher launched me and gave me a career and she gave me the hunger, the unsatisfiable
hunger, the insatiable hunger that's still there.