affectable

affectable

(əˈfɛktəbəl)
adj
having the ability to be influenced or affected by something
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(108) However, our physical bodies, as housing a plethora of ever-changing chemical combinations, are so variously affectable, that the physical determinist idea of bodies returning to the same previous state they were once in, lacks complete verification.
Permeability (rather than closure) and transcorporeality (instead of individuality or meta-individuality) render collective bodies affectable, such that they become sites "in which social power and material/geographic agencies intra-act" (Alaimo, 2010: 63).
All organizations whether producer of goods or services are affectable by technology and the rapid changes in the world, and these institutions of this change reflected in the educational system in all its fields.
Digital and physical encounters with difference impact the degree to which the lives of others are imaginable, the extent to which people remain affectable by diversity, and whether a shared and open moral order is thinkable (Chouliaraki, 2013).
These interactions arguably reinforce and propagate the idea of climate change as a consequential but affectable force, leading to broad-based public support for a move against the established cultural, political and social systems.
The elevated levels of skepticism that accompany the unnaturalistic enthymeme may, then, dampen compassionate ways of seeing required for a healthy democratic public culture affectable by images of suffering and despoliation (Hariman 2009).
Considering the total spend of higher ed is more than $400 billion, we project that translates into an "affectable spend" (in areas other than staff, payroll, benefits, etc.) in excess of $100 billion.
Silva contends that the Post Enlightenment version of the subject as a sole self determined thing exists by situating itself against 'affectable others' who are subject to natural conditions as well as to the self-determined power of the western subject.
In sum, for any given three-participant verb in Araki, it is a requirement that potentially both T and G must be equally affectable for them to be able to compete for object status.
Andrea Smith has argued that "the project of aspiring to humanity is always already a racial project." (58) Smith interrogates the universality of the category of the human, arguing that the category is always constituted in relation to "affectable others" (59) and that this relation is always a racial one.
Let's wrestle and bless them and not just more life, not just a better life than they would've had but let them kiss each other until the oxygen drains from the room, kiss each other in the blue ridge of morning and walk among the magnolia and just hold hands out your door and be affectable, lovers, in a field of bluebells and rock aster and pangea grass and waver between ambergrown fields and shopping.
Do heart rates belonging to both groups are in an acceptable intervals, which may be sensitive and easily affectable in terms of aortic elasticity and TAPSE formulations?