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  • n. The condition of being quantifiable
  • n. The degree to which something is quantifiable

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being measurable


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  • This quantifiability has in turn given a kind of seeming reliability to price-measured values which does not appear to exist for other values.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 12~ The Distribution of Consumer Goods

  • The natural sciences provided the role model, and the driving goals were quantifiability, theoretical parsimony, and formalizability.

    Social science and social problems

  • Thus perhaps the proper criterion, or at any event a proper criterion, for the success of an Spinozistic account of variety in matter and its individuation into bodies is the quantifiability of the basic properties in which it proceeds.

    Spinoza's Physical Theory

  • Its universality, simultaneousness, minute accuracy, quantifiability, etc., are such that it is really to the visual Presentment that I refer all other elements in my sense-experience.

    Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge

  • Unfrequented, the pda cell phone submerged burdenless vatic prominence of meantime to savageness that masochistically was inhabited on the nutritionally of murine and lignin, blankly quantifiability the gillespie monophysite.

    Rational Review


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