Inexist

In`ex`ist´


v. i.1.To exist within; to dwell within.
Substances inexisting within the divine mind.
- A. Tucker.
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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).
Given an object in a world, there exists a unique element of this object that inexists in this world.