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consentient

(kənˈsɛnʃənt)
adj
being in agreement; united in opinion
conˈsentience n
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Adj.1.consentient - in complete agreementconsentient - in complete agreement; "a unanimous decision"
accordant - being in agreement or harmony; often followed by `with'; "a place perfectly accordant with man's nature"-Thomas Hardy
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It is this suspicion of theological eccentricity that leads the monk of Lerins to place a marked emphasis not only on bishops gathered in council, or on the consentient witness of holy and learned theologians, but also on the agreement of the faithful throughout the world.
Virtue-driven Values (Good Values or Human Values) Tolerance Humility Forbearance Honesty Tranquility Faith and self control Courage Purity and equality of vision Consentient Duty of Justice Love and respect Vice- driven Values (Bad- Values or Anti Values) Lethargy Falsehood Malice Jealousy Vengefulness Hatred Arrogance Lust Anger Greed Fear Craving Injustice and undutiful
Then she claims that this is because in the case of an abyss "we can less measure its distance" (28), and then moves on to state, "a great crowd, for the same reason, [and] a full organ which is composed of a thousand indefinite and consentient harmonies, are SUBLIME" (28).