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used in The Magic Mountain

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not separable — i.e., not capable of being taken, given, or otherwise transferred away
  • Man had an inalienable right to make knowledgeable judgments about good and evil, about truth and the sham of lies, and woe to anyone who dared confound his fellowman's belief in that creative right.
    7.8 - Highly Questionable (48% in)

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