Consequently, speculative infinity is, in Fichte, "shoved into the form" of mere finitude or temporality, and "time [...] immediately involves opposition, extraneousness
. What exists in time is something that is opposed to itself, a manifold" (DZ 134/46).
flaunting their own extraneousness
. The zombies themselves operate in a
Variations from the norm of substance of thought, for example, thoughts of reference or daydreams (counting suspicious, gaudy, physical, spiritual among others) frequently presenti, as might be irregularities type of thoughts (thought obstruction, free affiliations, extraneousness
The migrant, alien to the city, is "the citizen par excellence," whose extraneousness
is an essential element in this and many other of Calvino's books.
(3) Not surprisingly, scholars have underlined his "historical extraneousness
" (Gieri 301), his overall focus on individual subjectivities, and his general disengagement from strict ideological and sociopolitical issues.
In the previous list, one could add translations for each term into the other language, but, with the list's length and extraneousness
, the act seems unimportant.
This clerical vacuity imposes onto the events of life the same feeling of extraneousness
that inheres to artistic endeavor in Oeuvres: what is considered is not the momentary, irreducible surge of feeling, but the outer form and its logical propensity.
The fact that it seems so easy to summarize the plot without mentioning the bowl (18) says something about the extraneousness
, even clumsiness, critics often ascribe to this device.