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n.1.The act of resulting; that which results; a result.
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The non-naturalist answers that rightness and A-ness, even if equivalent, are distinct because they have distinct higher-order properties (epistemic status, resultance, etc.
69) In Walton's own account, these notes, which were later lost, shrink slightly, to "the resultance of 1400.
Reasons, Resultance and Moral Particularism, OMAR EDWARD MOAD