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  • noun The quality of being an agent.


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agent +‎ -hood


  • I thought it was going to be really different writing something that was more grounded in the real world, but then I realized - secret agenthood is full of gadgets, gizmos, twists, and turns that are every bit as fantastical as the paranormal, just in a different way.

    slayground: Interview: Jennifer Lynn Barnes

  • Consequently, collective entities lack agenthood or personhood.

    Revitalizing the Anti War Movement

  • Also, the psychological foibles of the human mind are heuristic in nature; a gut reaction that seems to espouse the agent-hood of inanimate objects is only that, a sub-rational assuption of agenthood.

    You've Got to Be Kidding « Lean Left

  • And our being created in his image involves our capacity for eros and for love of what is genuinely lovable, as well as knowledge and agenthood.

    Warranted Christian Belief


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