labyrinthical

labyrinthical

(ˌlæbəˈrɪnθɪkəl)
adj
a rare or literary word for labyrinthine
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Our perception of the world is perpetually mediated by artificial, linguistic, culturally constructed categories or dichotomies that we eventually use to construct (or reconstruct) metanarratives; even if the individual manages to decipher a certain lineage of meaning, it is not objectively valid--it is always hierarchial, labyrinthical, with gaps to be filled using other signs, however disarticulated these might be.
A brake uses a number of venturi routes, some can be elaborate and labyrinthical, to diffuse and redirect excess gases.
As we learn from the Appendix to the Treatise, Hume himself was not completely satisfied with what he had achieved on this labyrinthical topic.