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communicable

(of a disease or its causative agent) capable of being passed on readily
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Indeed, Kant (1987) himself seems to intone his moral metaphysics with a language reminiscent of the 'duty', thus: "regard for universal communicability as something that everyone expects and demands from everyone else, on the basis, as it were, of an original contract dictated by [our] very humanity" (p.
Under the rubric of fields of communicability, Charles Briggs sheds light on two aspects of contemporary fast circulation of signs, texts and ideologies.
A teoria do flogisto e exemplar a Kuhn (2000) para explicar a possibilidade de compreender e tornar compreensivel uma narrativa historica de uma teoria ultrapassada, em seu texto Commensurability, comparability, communicability.
Knowledge of False belief of communicability was improved maximally as a result of intervention.
The man returned to Lane County "on the tail end of his communicability .
Early on, revision is clearly defined, eschewing figurative connotations for plainer and more practical terms: "a study of laborious, belated, even otiose changes, made without reference to the linguistic 'felicity' or basic communicability of the original version" (15).
Different from Lawrence, James Joyce seems to disbelieve in the communicability of characters, for the few interconnections among viewpoints in his novels are either insignificant or appear at profane moments, which problematizes human relatedness rather than instantiates it.
What hinders communication, therefore, is communicability itself: human beings are being separated by what unites them.
With subjectivity presenting the danger of incommunicability, objectivity becomes oriented around communicability.
There's a really strong overture to the communicability from Yonkers," said Pasquale.