nonidentity

nonidentity

(ˌnɒnaɪˈdɛntɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
(Mathematics) maths an operator that modifies the operand
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The instability of the amplitude-frequency response caused by the nonidentity of the values of the R, C-elements of the high-voltage arm of the voltage divider (VD).
He examines three situations: (1) same-individual choices wherein the parent has a child with disabilities or has the same child without disability, (2) different-number choices in which a child will be born with a disadvantage, or not born at all, and (3) same-number choices which leads to the nonidentity problem where parents could have a child with disability, or they could choose to abort or delay conception and have a different child (p.
Instead of connecting nonidentity to "communicative action", "language-games", "discourse" etc.
In paragraph three of Negative Dialectics ('Reality and Dialectics'), Adorno begins to differentiate the implacable motor of his dialectic from Hegelian dialectic by essentially shifting the logic of the identity thesis: 'the identity of identity and nonidentity' (52) is effectively transformed into 'the nonidentity of identity and nonidentity.
Art can come close to the real structure of "identity," which also entails a kind of nonidentity with the self.
Nonidentity, Negative Experience and the Pre-Reflective Coqito, GILLIAN HOWIE
In "Ethics and Authenticity," Macdonald introduces Adorno's criticism: "Heidegger gets 'as far as the borderline of dialectical insight into the nonidentity within identity'" (6).
Words, including mystery, miracle, ignorance, uncertainty, nonallness, nonidentity, consciousness of abstracting, and others, represent ways we tacitly acknowledge the limitations of our nervous systems, and correspondingly, our "understanding" and "knowledge.
This conception of the body as a crucial site for identity construction and transgression reappears in the following chapter, in which Begonya Saez Tajafuerce analyses the crisis of metaphysical subjectivity through the experience of nonidentity and (self-)strangeness, or being one's own other, through Denis' film L'intrus (2004).
Specialized terminology--totality, nonidentity, constellation, immanent critique, and so on--is carefully treated.
American" has become a vacuous nonidentity drained of content, context, and meaning.