inexpungible


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inexpungible

(ˌɪnɪksˈpʌndʒɪbəl)
adj
incapable of being expunged
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Adj.1.inexpungible - not capable of being expunged; "the inexpungible scent of a bottle of perfume he had broken"- Louis Auchincloss
ineradicable - not able to be destroyed or rooted out; "ineradicable superstitions"
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In Speech and Phenomenon as in his discussion of Husserl's text on The Origin of Geometry, Derrida pointed to writing as a inexpungible manifestation of how absence and separation--and for living beings death--was at the heart of all attempts to establish self-presence and meaning.
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Once realized upon the earth, the idea of a civil society living, under individual rights-respecting law, with a sustainable religious and national normative ideology, is inexpungible. It may have pale and still more imperfect successors, or variant executors of its patterns, but it will resurface, and, for Kojeve has done so, in the gradual articulation of European union and the formations of a League of Nations and its successor the United Nations in the world that is still our present world.