unrevealable

unrevealable

(ˌʌnrɪˈviːləbəl)
adj
not able to be revealed or made known
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Grounded in the work of Hume, Kant, Derrida, and Stanley Cavell, Mastroianni's chapter examines how Emerson and his "most careful" readers--Hawthorne among them--"use figures of unrevealable secrets to confront the epistemological optimism of their time" (2-3).
Therefore a complicate analysis of Manchu-Tungus and Mongol numerals is suggested to reveal some unrevealable relics of the same root, e.g., in Tung.
the perfectly unrevealable void that is it "self." (92-93) The designation of "master," the word as gift, defends and entitles the one who gives it just as that title defines the other who receives it.