figurable

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figurable

(ˈfɪɡjʊrəbəl)
adj
able to receive a definite formable to be represented figuratively
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Spivak maintains, "Indeed, it is only in death that they enter a narrative for us, they become figurable" (2010: 21).
For Brown, the term thing itself does not suggest something concrete hut rather connotes a sense of liminality, "hover[ing] over the threshold between the nameable and unnameable, the figurable and unfigurable." (2) John Plotz points to this curious immateriality of material objects, in particular literary objects, when he briefly discusses the Bible as book-object.
Now that democracy has become figurable only as representative democracy, Marx's words in the Eighteenth Brumaire about the French peasantry ('they cannot represent themselves ...
Draft an ars poetica on your mobile." In "Exclosure 6" Abendroth writes, "What is the figurable distance between ...
But things are tired of being useful and exhausted by the power of the subject: "Things is a word that tends, especially at its most banal, to index a certain limit or liminality, to hover over the threshold between the nameable and the unnameable, the figurable and the unfigurable, the identifiable and unidentifiable" (Brown 4-5).
Mak, "Recon figurable multiband antenna designs for wireless communication devices," IEEE Trans.
(10) Achille Bonito Oliva, 'The Figurable', in Miller, op.