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Impossible to overcome; insurmountable: insuperable odds.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin īnsuperābilis : in-, not; see in-1 + superābilis, superable; see superable.]

in·su′per·a·bil′i·ty n.
in·su′per·a·bly adv.
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Thus, while Ramose is right in indicating the effect of the struggle for reason as the basis of the insuperability of the multitude of problems facing Africa and Africans, he has not blended into the equation the fact that the struggle is not a universal one.
The naturalization of logic is not simply a converse of Hegel's logicisation of nature, but opens the concept, its insuperability notwithstanding, to the thought that its creation is not itself in thought.
The revelations disclosed by Al-Akhbar newspaper and WikiLeaks, which expose senior Amal figures expressing disquiet over Hezbollah's growing insuperability, would have come as little surprise to Nasrallah; diplomacy is predicated on duplicity and he knows well that the two parties are rarely in complete assent.