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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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Rather, it means perceiving it in its phenomenal manifestness, being emotionally involved, reacting to it with praxis and discourse.
No "tautology," then, via the poetic, no matter how at times seemingly esoteric appearances may be: "[affirmation of] the manifestness [of the emptied reality of the world]." Affirmation; no retreat into a refuge of pure textual or pure aesthetic interior.
In addition, it is possible that in the context of military orders there is a presumption that orders are lawful and that this is the reason why "manifestness" of illegality is required in order to rebut the presumption.
e.g., Garey 1957) needs to contextually given, and in a number of cases, the identification of such an endpoint is dependent on the mutual manifestness (Sperber and Wilson 1995: 39) (5) of an intention to achieve a certain aim by one of the discourse participants.
(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. What an outsider wants to know is: what kind of achievement has separated the insider's present from past, set limits on action and projected its ends, located someone here and now?
But rather somewhere on the outside, in the socially given reality of language, in its manifestness in the poetry of the everyday.