n.1.The act of resulting; that which results; a result.
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For we cannot too often and too strongly promulgate the fact of the inevitable and curious conjunction, or rather resultance, of a fine manly moral character, out of a perfect physique.
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.).
In a letter to Walton, Henry King, Bishop of Chichester, writes that Donne "gave me all his Sermon-Notes, and his other Papers, containing an Extract of near Fifteen hundred Authors." (69) In Walton's own account, these notes, which were later lost, shrink slightly, to "the resultance of 1400.