supersubtlety

supersubtlety

(ˌsuːpəˈsʌtəltɪ)
n
the quality of being extremely subtle
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De Bray is (or at least he seems to have imagined himself) in the class of painter-philosophers for whom intellectual esoterica and symbolic supersubtlety are not merely tendencies but part of a favored dialectical mode.
I asked Corvick what he really considered he meant by his own supersubtlety, and, unmistakably kindled, he replied: "It isn't for the vulgar it isn't for the vulgar!" (293)
The clergyman's duty enjoins neither a theological supersubtlety, nor an eagerness to exploit the ambiguities in an opponent's position, but rather a simplicity and directness that engages both emotion and intellect.