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- n. the quality or state of being consequential
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being consequential.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being consequential or consecutive, as in discourse.
- n. Conceit; pompousness; pretentiousness; the assumption of dignity or importance.
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Those are the consequences of our consequentialness.
For me that is self-evident and denotes the obvious contradiction between intentionality (as a teleological standpoint and its extrinsic finalities) and consequentialness (as the most important moral standpoint).
For the energies of this generation are exhausted; they were spent in the Revolution; for this generation is bled white and there is nothing left of it but a moaning, numbed, apathetic lump of sacrificial flesh … Those are the consequences of our consequentialness.
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