unimaginability

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un- +‎ imaginability

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unimaginability (usually uncountable, plural unimaginabilities)

  1. (philosophy) The quality of being unimaginable.
    • 2008 January 11, Cain Samuel Todd, “Imaginability, morality, and fictional truth: dissolving the puzzle of ‘imaginative resistance’”, in Philosophical Studies, volume 143, number 2, DOI:10.1007/s11098-007-9198-5, pages 187-211:
      For such propositions unimaginability looks like a function of a kind of conceptual impossibility.

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