Writers Seeking the Intangiential through Poetry and Prose
Intangience is a created word, loosely related to tangential which refers to something that's not part of the whole.
Therefore, intangience means a state of being in which one is outside of the whole, and yet its very being is the whole.
Think of a tangled mass of yarn; each fiber or thread is its own tangent and yet all together it is a thing unto itself.
This is intangience.
Additionally, the root word tang means touch as in tangible. In this sense, intangience means untouchable.
We are intangience.
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