The first criticism is verbal, on the non-apparent distinction between "works" and "formal acts recorded."
To the rest of mankind Νοητὰ are non-apparent and non-existent.
Contact with thorns and brambles had made shipwreck of the immaculate frock-coat; his linen was non-apparent.
late 14c., from Old French aparant "evident, obvious, visible," from Latin apparentem (nominative apparens) "visible, manifest," present participle of apparere (see appear). First attested in phrase heir apparent (see heir). Meaning "superficial" is c.1400. Apparent magnitude in astronomy (how bright a heavenly body looks from earth, as opposed to absolute magnitude, which is how bright it really is) is attested from 1875.