v. i.1.To exist within; to dwell within.
Substances inexisting within the divine mind.
- A. Tucker.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Haven't the feeblest idea--can merely affirm they wouldn't inexist an hour East of Chicago.
If ethics 'makes discourse of what cannot wait or be delayed', if it 'makes do with what there is', then its key problem, as Badiou explicitly draws from Lacan, is that 'the world only ever proposes the temptation to give up', 'to inexist in the service of goods' (TS 325, 328, 334).
Perhaps even more useful here is the concept that contemporary French philosopher Main Badiou calls the void, the indiscernible excess that "inexists" in the field of the known as the "non-term of any totality" (Being 55).
Events happen when what so far "inexists" in a situation/world--what has been there but is not counted--makes its appearance just like the nonhumans in modernity.