unanalysable


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unanalysable

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unanalyzable

adj
not able to be analysed or examined
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If "knowing" were an unanalysable relation, this view would be incontrovertible, since clearly no such relation forms part of the subject matter of physics.
Yeats believes that "True art is expressive and symbolic, and makes every form, every sound, every color, every gesture, a signature of some unanalysable imaginative essence," and "True art is the flame of the Last Day, which begins for every man when he is first moved by beauty, and which seeks to burn all things until they become 'infinite and holy"' (Essays and Introductions 140).
unanalysable intuition' (1938, 437)--initially induction and
You can see the latter on full display in the E-minor Prelude, an iconic representation of Romantic melancholy, with its two lamenting notes over and over in the right hand, while the left hand oozes downward in a series of virtually unanalysable, alternately tragic and luxurious chord changes.
Simplex borrowings are perceived as morphologically unanalysable words that consist of one free stem morpheme which is not further divisible into meaningful component pieces, e.g.:
Part of the negative and unadoptable values in African cultural heritage is the level of its religiosity, and this is evident in their hurried allusion and attribution of all causal explanations of phenomena in the world of spirit and other unanalysable mystical powers (Gyekye 1997).
Like the plays of Bartho Smit, Leroux's novels throw out provocative but largely unanalysable hints of religious--and even more elusively--political rebellion, not revolution.
Instead of describing certain patients as 'unanalysable' he challenges psychoanalysis to review its practice, especially in public clinics where a psychoanalytic approach is not playing the role it could and should.
"[b]anks are increasingly regarded as unanalysable and
By positing an unconscious not completely dissimilar from Freud's, defined as "that essential unique nature of every individual creature, which is, by its very nature, unanalysable, undefinable, unconceivable" (Lawrence, Psychoanalysis 214), Lawrence further attached a didactic purpose to his psychological schema: one's instinctual energy (manifested most directly in the body's sexual drive) is directed of its own accord toward self-realization, or a maximum of being.
Were we incompetent, or were our patients unanalysable?" (Basseches et al., 2013, p.
(35) A 'myth', in other words, is 'identical with the convictions of a group, being the expression of these convictions in the language of movement' and is thus 'unanalysable into parts which could be placed on the plane of historical descriptions.' (36) Ultimately, through diremption, Sorel aimed to refute the 'utopia' of democracy and put forward a theory for the creation of 'the myth of the general strike', intended to ensure the workers' radical and unswerving struggle.