Givenness vs Giveness - What's the difference?

givenness | giveness |


As nouns the difference between givenness and giveness

is that givenness is the fact of being given or posited in an argument, hypothesis etc while giveness is the act of giving or yielding; submission; concession; allowance.

givenness

English

Noun

  • The fact of being given or posited in an argument, hypothesis etc.
  • *2009 , (Diarmaid MacCulloch), A History of Christianity , Penguin 2010, p. 803:
  • *:Kant argued like Descartes from the existence of individual consciousness rather than from the givenness of a God found in revelation.
  • giveness

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • 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.