Giveness vs Fiveness - What's the difference?

giveness | fiveness |


As nouns the difference between giveness and fiveness

is that giveness is the act of giving or yielding; submission; concession; allowance while fiveness is the property of being five in number.

giveness

English

Noun

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  • The act of giving or yielding; submission; concession; allowance.
  • *1996 , Aharon Ronald Ellis Agus, Hermeneutic Biography in Rabbinic Midrash :
  • The discrimination of embracing and rejecting vis-a-vis the world means a world that can no longer lord it over man in the legitimacy of its giveness ; it means a break in the megalithicity of the world through whose threatening and totalitarian and opaque oneness […]
  • *2007 , Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Cognitive Justice in a Global World :
  • What position if any do these theorists take on the giveness of the self?
  • *2013 , Christopher J. Insole, Kant and the Creation of Freedom: A Theological Problem :
  • Somehow, in some way, there is a resistance from the world, a giveness to the way things are, which provides some friction in relation to our beliefs about the world.

    fiveness

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The property of being five in number.