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The latter is a linguistic device that Foucault, in the Archeology of Knowledge, uses to associate the visible (form and substance of content) and the speakable (form and substance of expression).
In this scene, Schrag produces a noticeable tension between the speakable and the visible when Ms.
His collected papers on quantum philosophy are published as Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987).
Bell, "On the impossible pilot wave," in Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics, Cambridge University Press, 1987.
Frede's point of departure is the bold assertion that, at the beginning of the 19th century, atheism, in the strict sense, was a position that was neither "thinkable" nor "speakable" by educated Russians (11).
Crow's approving reference to "carefully coordinated wonderlands" alludes to the regulation required to present as speakable the disorienting performance of the wartime child.
Truth be told, Le Roi Jones was gloriously enthusiastic about the springing up of a new generation of poets who had discarded formalism, traditional social and sexual relationships, and had once again made poetry speakable, sensible, apprehendable.
Sorrow, misfortune, anguish, adversity distress--words that once loomed large in the language, and which now seem less and less spoken, less and less speakable....
The first was formal: extracting a playable, speakable dramatic core from the novel.
What all these essays have in common, besides attention to the fantastic and its techniques, is an interest in going beyond the limits of the speakable. Transcending those limits is not safe.
Angeline knows these preconditions for tragedy, but up to this point she has not really noticed that her metier does not render them speakable. Nor has she noticed in herself the accumulated somatic strain of continually being a spectator to such freeze-frames of tragedy or the violence that their conception of a beautiful "vanishing" does to her.
this diasporic moment and space made visible and speakable for the
transcendental God (whether speakable or unspeakable), inevitably leads