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Noun1.quantifiability - the quality of being measurablequantifiability - the quality of being measurable  
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
ratability - the quality of being capable of being rated or estimated
scalability - the quality of being scalable
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In the novel's first book, Ulrich strikes upon "der neue Geist" of an age that has begun to speak of "Genies des Fussballrasens oder des Boxrings"; in a newspaper article, he reads a phrase that captures for him the new quantifiability of the spirit: "das geniale Rennpferd" (GWI: 44).
potential that for all the problems with quantifiability, data can
Biodiversity reporting and sustainability reports are influenced by neutralization techniques and impression management schemes for no less than these integrative grounds: the reputational risks, associated with the intensifying institutional constraints for conserving biodiversity, concentrate on explanations instead of undertakings in sustainability reporting, organizational acquirement of information, and absence of quantifiability of biodiversity performance.
There are restrictions to economic valuation which stem not only from shortcomings and limits of methods, but also from a lack of measurability and quantifiability of ecological processes (which is, of course, not an economic issue).
Joyce, who is well aware of this no-go result, thinks that a quantifiability constraint on epistemic accuracy should be relaxed to accommodate imprecision.
However, the lack of quantifiability regarding deterrence is no reason to dismiss the argument altogether.