unassimilable

unassimilable

(ˌʌnəˈsɪmələbəl)
adj
1. (Sociology) (of foreign peoples) not able to be assimilated or taken into a culture
2. (Philosophy) (of ideas) not able to be assimilated or incorporated into a way of thought
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The real embarrassment is an Alabama senator who believes it's okay to rip babies apart in the womb, that mentally ill boys belong in girls' locker rooms, and that we should flood the nation with unassimilable foreigners to take the place of the murdered babies.
In the past ethnic groups considered undesirable and unassimilable were excluded from entering Canada through diagnoses of disease and disability, while in our day persons with disabilities that render them economically undesirable are equally excluded.
These characters are unassimilable others, beings who deconstruct the necessarily abstract, Turing-type dichotomies between human and non-human.
I did-- I edited unassimilable verbosities I've ridiculed as "rot"-- Stanton saw me
13) The unsymbolisable, unassimilable it (the Real) in the story acquires the ghostly semblance of a he: "it was" becomes, towards the end of the story, "he was," the transgenerational ghost of Uncle George (Galloway [1991] 2009, 35).
However, this sentimentality also contained complementary fears, dating back to the mid-nineteenth century, that hordes of culturally unassimilable, low-wage Chinese immigrant laborers threatened Americans' jobs and perhaps even American culture.
In their informative introductory essay, editors Jaime Harker and Cecilia Konchar Farr claim that the print culture of second wave feminism was "outrageous, dangerous, and unassimilable.
These mass manipulators were calamitously successful in persuading many alienated and confused Europeans that stability and solidarity lay in persecuting the unassimilable and biologically different Jew, and his liberal, cosmopolitan and socialist supporters.
In noting that 'Indigenous understandings of the beach differ greatly from Western understandings' Brewster draws attention to the importance of examining beachspace in terms of unassimilable cultural enunciation and ongoing struggle.
Collection, transport, storage and exploitation of bulky waste from the population, public institutions and economic agents, unassimilable the household (furniture, waste electrical and electronic equipment, etc.
In contrast, they see Jews and Jewish powers everywhere: often borrowing heavily from The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, The International Jew, and The Eternal Jew, they cast them at once as parasites and masterminds, unassimilable outsiders and inside operatives, a flawed people and a transhistorical force, and tribal and cosmopolitan.