illimitation

illimitation

(ɪˌlɪmɪˈteɪʃən)
n
the state of being infinite
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The human bond with nature may be chastenable on behalf of a more frugal expectation (and needs to be), but is unchastenable in terms of visionary desire, lacking which the bond could not, in the terms of Wordsworthian romance, be formed at all.(23) Finitude here cannot be contained, though its sense of scarcity is dedicated back to the living rather than directly feeding the illimitable: on the contrary, any such illimitation is constantly referred to the scarcity of its home.(24)