omnicompetent

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omnicompetent

(ˌɒmnɪˈkɒmpɪtənt)
adj
able to judge or deal with all matters
ˌomniˈcompetence n
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This resembles the problem diagnosed half a century earlier by Middlemarch-although Eliot's novel had framed the problem, the lack of omnicompetence, as a moral rather than a political threat.
The temptation is to make some single form of the mind seem omnicompetent; omnicompetence becomes omniscience and asserts for itself closed authority based upon a final revelation" (171).
The delusion of omnicompetence was more believable when knowledge was based on paper and could be contained within the covers of a book.
The limit of this meta-desire I call omnicompetence, the ability to satisfy all desires.
To charge courts with the task of accommodating the incommensurable factors of policy that underlie these mathematical puzzles is to attribute, however flatteringly, omnicompetence to judges.
Roepke was appalled by the sheer vastness of the modern state, its absurd omnicompetence, its unerring ability to do badly what it shouldn't be doing at all.
In a language that is unmistakably his, Cragg touched upon this issue with his innovative alternative to omnipotence: "God's is an omnicompetence which has made room within itself for a caliphate of ours.
Instead it is his omnicompetence which is the target.
They sponsor the dual notions of presidential omnicompetence and omnipresence.
Only a state with no pretensions to omnicompetence could acknowledge its incompetence in matters theological.
Oreo's omnicompetence produces a kind of speed because her performative displays are justified by so little plausible detail that we cannot connect these skills realistically with her life.