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manifest

adjective Referring to that which is obvious to an observer.

manifest

1.. To reveal in an obvious manner.
2.. Clearly apparent to the senses, esp. to the sight.
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In order to answer the question why it is that sentences with an (in)definite singular NP that is affected, constructed or consumed theme, unlike those with a single numerical NP, are automatically telic, we need to look at differences in degree of mutual manifestness of a potential inherent endpoint.
18) Heidegger clarifies the generative nature of nothing and its relation to both identity and truth: "Without the original manifestness of the Nothing, [there is] no self-hood and no freedom.
The totality demanded of such an account is total candor, total manifestness.
But rather somewhere on the outside, in the socially given reality of language, in its manifestness in the poetry of the everyday.
Rather than reformulate the question of being directly, he instead evokes it from the disposition of anxiety which is inherent in our experiencing the upsurge of manifestness within beings as a whole.