Despite the fact that the overwhelming number of parliamentarians are from the hinterlands of India where farming is the mainstay, the seeming interminability
of the crisis is a bit of a mystery.
(Curiously, Hurley's imposition of the word "production" puts a stop to the "interminability
" suggested by the original, and his translation of posibilidades (possibilities) as "limitations" similarly converts an openness on the future into a restriction.)
Yet as Rebecca Comay has noted, "the collection turns every gain or acquisition into a cipher of loss and dispossession," and nowhere is this more visible than in Soane's efforts to work against these forces--futile efforts, since as it strives "towards a totality which is blocked by virtue of the interminability
of the drive to accumulation, the archive undercuts every order it seeks to found." (58)
of state intervention for those people whom the state has identified as criminals mocks the broader decline of publicly available social and medical services.
(3) The franchise now seems to be moving toward a more James Bond-style interminability
, although it may maintain the now-standard trilogy format, as seems the case with the currently in-progress tripartite series beginning with The Force Awakens (2015) and The Last Jedi (2017), the first two films of a threesome, even as it produces adjuncts (such as Rogue One ) which can be featured as standalone films.
Ultimately, such insularity undermines self-knowledge, both in the animal's presumed absence of sophisticated self-consciousness and in the interminability
of human self-reflection.
The cumulative effect of these factors is the addition of both a distinctly personal viewpoint and a sense of interminability
to an event known mostly through news bulletins.
It is "the common thread or rhythm running through the universe from its chaotic inorganic interminability
to its most intimate forces of inscription on living bodies of all kinds and back again" (2008, page 54).
Whereas in the novels the interminability
of external time is textually presented to the reader through an intricate crafting of the characters' turn to storytelling to distract them from the seemingly never-ending continuum, this interminability
is indicated succinctly to the audience member upon the goads third entrance in the mime.
And to outside observers, autistic behavior often seems to be inexplicably repetitious, to the point of interminability
. But for DMS, evidently, at some point these procedures must come to an end.
In chapter 7 of Whose Justice, MacIntyre, after a long preparatory discussion, (finally) makes the point: "liberalism, which began as an appeal to alleged principles of shared rationality against what was felt to be the tyranny of traditions, has itself been transformed into a tradition whose continuities are partly defined by the interminability
of the debate over such principles." (6)
Secondly, Freudian psychoanalysis contradicted progressive inclinations to posit a single etiology of individual maladjustment by insisting on the radical unknowableness of the unconscious and the interminability
of the human condition.