receptibility

Related to receptibility: receptiveness

receptibility

(rɪˌsɛptɪˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
literary the quality or condition of being receptible
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The divine esse is without addition not only in thought but also in the nature of things; not only without addition, but without even receptibility of addition.
A cardinal principle of ecumenical, interreligious, intercultural, and--let us not forget--intra-church dialogue is that the partners must know who they are, what they hold, and why, and be able to articulate these with true charity, thus enabling receptibility. Applying this principle requires sympathetic imagination and inspiration, a listening to the Spirit on the spot, an ability to empathize, and the freedom to "pass over" to the other and "return to oneself" (John S.
These conformational isomeric species have different receptibility towards agostic interaction.