givenness definition

  • noun:
    • the very fact of being provided or posited in an argument, hypothesis etc.
    • the very fact to be offered or posited in an argument, theory an such like.
    • the caliber of being issued as a supposition; to be recognized or presumed.
    • the caliber of being issued as a supposition; of being acknowledged or believed.
    • the standard of being issued as a supposition; to be acknowledged or thought
    • the standard of being issued as a supposition; to be acknowledged or presumed
    • the simple fact to be provided or posited in an argument, theory etc.
    • the simple fact of being given or posited in a quarrel, hypothesis etc.
    • the quality of becoming granted as a supposition; of being recognized or thought.
    • the quality of being given as a supposition; to be recognized or assumed.
    • the quality of being given as a supposition; of being acknowledged or presumed
    • the quality of being approved as a supposition; to be acknowledged or thought
    • the very fact to be offered or posited in a disagreement, hypothesis an such like.
    • the quality of becoming approved as a supposition; of being recognized or assumed.
    • the quality of being provided as a supposition; to be recognized or presumed
    • The fact of being given or posited in a quarrel, hypothesis etc.
    • the grade of becoming issued as a supposition; of being recognized or assumed.
    • the actual fact to be given or posited in an argument, hypothesis an such like.
    • the grade of being issued as a supposition; of being acknowledged or assumed.
    • the grade of being approved as a supposition; to be acknowledged or presumed
    • The fact to be provided or posited in a quarrel, hypothesis etc.
    • the caliber of being awarded as a supposition; to be acknowledged or presumed.
    • the caliber of becoming granted as a supposition; to be acknowledged or assumed
    • the caliber of becoming approved as a supposition; of being acknowledged or presumed
    • the actual fact to be provided or posited in an argument, hypothesis etc.
    • the caliber of being given as a supposition; to be recognized or thought.
    • the standard of being granted as a supposition; of being acknowledged or assumed
    • the actual fact of being offered or posited in a quarrel, theory an such like.
    • the grade of being issued as a supposition; of being acknowledged or thought.
    • the caliber of being issued as a supposition; of being recognized or presumed
    • the actual fact of being given or posited in an argument, theory etc.
    • the grade of becoming granted as a supposition; of being recognized or believed.
    • the quality of being granted as a supposition; of being acknowledged or assumed

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