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  • noun philosophy The quality of being unimaginable.


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  • This supposed unimaginability is the theme of an essay published by The

    Paley, "Apocalypse Without Millennium" 1989

  • There is only one clear disadvantage that Europeans will possess with respect to law enforcement, and it is one of the likely consequences of what one might call the unimaginability of violent or vigilante action for many of those Europeans.

    Hodjas Blog Skjoldungen 2010

  • It may take the revamping of such familiar icons in different contexts to make the future concrete; Blechman suggested that we have been "anesthetized to the future" because of its remote unimaginability.

    Bostonist 2009


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