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reconcilability

Definitions

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  • noun The property of being reconcilable.

Etymologies

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From reconcilable +‎ -ity.

Examples

  • The Archbishop said that affirming the uniqueness and finality of Christ, rather than being unfair to those who had not heard of Him, made possible the universal reconcilability and fellowship of human beings.

    Rowan Williams on the uniqueness of Christ « Anglican Samizdat

  • If we realize that not saying what we have said about Jesus involves us in saying there might be different destinies and different levels of dignity for different sorts of human beings, then, in short, to affirm the uniqueness and the finality of Jesus Christ is actually to affirm something about the universal reconcilability of human beings: the possibility of a universal fellowship.

    'The finality of Christ in a pluralist world'

  • You get someone that has high reconcilability, that's who they're going to write about.

    CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2007

  • You get someone that has high reconcilability, that's who they're going to write about.

    CNN Transcript Nov 8, 2007

  • There has been renewed interest in emergence within discussions of the behavior of complex systems and debates over the reconcilability of mental causation, intentionality, or consciousness with physicalism.

    Emergent Properties

  • "The reconcilability of the policies of the other parties with that of the NNP will be the point of departure as well as the support percentage necessary to ensure a majority."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The play, like Antigone, portrays the complete ir - reconcilability of the powers of the spirit and those of the world, an opposition which is the source of disorder, even within the mind of Becket himself.

    SENSE OF THE TRAGIC

  • It is because of this very significance that irreconcilability, the negative extreme of reconcilability, also partakes of that significance.

    Conflict and The Web of Group-Affiliations

  • THE DEGREE of reconcilability following upon conflict or suffering, inflicted unilaterally or mutually, thus has a deep significance for the development of relations among people.

    Conflict and The Web of Group-Affiliations

  • It is because of this very significance that irreconcilability, the negative extreme of reconcilability, also partakes of that significance.

    Conflict and The Web of Group-Affiliations

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