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n.1.The quality or state of being revealable; revealableness.
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35): for the latter is located not in any allegedly factual revelation or historical Christianity but in multitudinous Heideggerian-style a priori--to mention a few, transcendental historicity, "the general structure of revealability," "Christianicity," and "messianicity" (pp.
Hence, theology, which in Aquinas's definition takes Revelation for its first principle, necessarily comes into conflict with revealability.