unapprehended

unapprehended

(ˌʌnæprɪˈhɛndɪd)
adj
1. not understood or comprehended
2. (Law) law (of a person) not apprehended by the law; not arrested
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Those facts, words, persons, which dwell in his memory without his being able to say why, remain because they have a relation to him not less real for being as yet unapprehended. They are symbols of value to him as they can interpret parts of his consciousness which he would vainly seek words for in the conventional images of books and other minds.
Euthanasia's reading acknowledges that poetry expands the mind to receive "a thousand unapprehended combinations of thought" (Defence, 517); moreover, Euthanasia's mind "incorporated the thoughts of the sublimest geniuses with her own, while the creative fire in her heart and brain formed new combinations to delight and occupy her" (Valperga, 71).
"Even when unenforced, Section 53 reduces gay men to the status of being 'unapprehended criminals,'" Christopher Hamel-Smith, Orozco's lead counsel, said in 2013, when the case was argued.
Gaining measure of responsibility, the subject of law ceases to be in a position of absolute obedience and unapprehended submission to the rule of law, acquiring the status of 'factor which relates to the norms and values of a society actively and consciously" (Tanasescu, 2007: 3).
Just as there is justification for writing of 'crimes known to the police' and 'unsolved crimes,' there is justification for writing of 'unapprehended criminals' and 'criminals at large.'"
But perhaps for Shelley the shadow of prophecy is what allows for the poet as legislator--in his words, poets as "hierophants of an unapprehended inspiration; the mirrors of the gigantic shadows which futurity casts upon the present."
Like the "unapprehended accomplice" scenario, it could only have served to confuse the jury.
Poets are the hierophants of an unapprehended inspiration; the mirrors of the gigantic shadows which futurity casts upon the present; the words which express what they understand not; the trumpets which sing to battle and feel not what they inspire; the influence which is moved not, but moves.
defines what is mental as processes such as feeling, thinking and willing, and it is obliged to maintain that there is unconscious thinking and unapprehended willing' (Freud, 1991: 46).
the sphere of that which is conceptually unapprehended, is where the
[there is] a metaphorical imagination at work, enlarging our susceptibility to previously 'unapprehended combinations of thought'.
unknown and unapprehended, the language of the stranger becomes a serious obstacle relating to the temporary host.