n.1.The state of being indocible; indocibleness; indocility.
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The price he paid for his many messages urging Turks and Armenians to listen to each other, to build bridges by taking huge risks, as it were, was to make himself a target of all the indocibility and sheer enmity of those who either do not want to heed his advice or simply get doves like him out of the way.
"Madness" and "indocibility" are the categories of otherness invoked by Hobbes in order to refer to these improperly domesticated subjects who are deemed to fall below the prevailing threshold of rationality.