amorphism


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amorphia

 [ah-mor´fe-ah]
the state of being amorphous.

a·mor·phi·a

, amorphism (ă-mōr'fē-ă, -fizm),
Condition of being amorphous (1).
[G. a- priv. + morphē, form]

a·mor·phi·a

, amorphism (ā-mōr'fē-ă, -fizm)
Condition of being amorphous (1).
[G. a- priv. + morphē, form]
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Not only that: the occasion offers the sprightly pleasure of observing the generation of a literary artifact and the struggle of the imagination to impose shape and continuity on amorphism. Lifelong habits of composition must be made to conform to another medium and its conventions.
Perhaps it is, but it is a far more democratic amorphism than a judge's gloss on "traditional morality," whatever that is.
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