intractableness

[ in-trak-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF intractableness
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It is owing to the intractableness and vileness of matter that the Divine Idea finds itself so imperfectly realized.

As a natural element, if this be not controlled, it degenerates easily into intractableness, into violence.

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