Reading this book is like watching a film that flickers in and out of focus; however, we may still want to watch Fitzgerald, because if he ever gives up this notion about non-sense
, his work promises to be delightful.
But in sense-optional poetry, sense and non-sense
are as interdependent as bird wings in flight:
The impossible world turns into a non-sense
world because the schema of human limbs in actual world is very different from the schema portrayed in this novel.
Furthermore, slavery is also a non-sense
, because liberty supposes a full liberty, for the simple reason that one cannot be slave today and tomorrow free, or one cannot be now free and later less free.
Since Ebbinghaus who did extensive research on memory and constructed non-sense
syllables and consonant-vowel-consonant trigrams to study retention and forgetting different paradigms, theories, and models have been presented to explain the core function of memory (as cited in Anderson, 2000).
The words and non-sense
words are shown at Table 2.
Non-sonance, or even non-sense
provides the respondent with a way to denote that a concept does not make sense, because there is no cognate from her/his tradition.
Some people hear this non-sense
and think there's something to it.
I see that I have tried to say more than two words, and made non-sense
The judicial and political system appears to be subservient to this type of non-sense
One of them said Simon had to be buried within two hours, which was non-sense
, and he was pressuring Karen to sign the body over to him.
The Sense and Non-Sense
of Revolt: The Powers and Limits of Psychoanalysis.