Definition of Connaturality. Meaning of Connaturality. Synonyms of Connaturality

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Definition of Connaturality

Connaturality
Connaturality Con*nat`u*ral"i*ty, n. Participation of the same nature; natural union or connection. [R.] A congruity and connaturality between them. --Sir M. Hale.

Meaning of Connaturality from wikipedia

- philosophical argument and demonstration, but rather through "Connaturality". Connatural knowledge is a kind of knowledge by acquaintance. We know the...
- insufficiency between the two elements of the will. The problem of connaturality – that man cannot desire something which cannot be fulfilled – leads...
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- connection with Firebird. In her, he sensed a strong possibility of connaturality, a deep personality congruity that is essential for telepaths to have...
- has a "grip" (prise), while the grip itself is a function of human connaturality with the world's things. The world and the sense of self are emergent...
- community and its mature life in the Spirit, to reproduce again today a connaturality with the truths of revelation. Fundamentalist interpretation disregards...
- cognate, cognatic, cognation, connascence, connascent, connate, connation, connatural, denature, enascent, enate, enatic, enation, impregnate, innate, international...
- and attending to their wounds", and so knowing "through a pastoral 'connaturality' how the church's doctrine can best be emplo**** to announce God's solidarity...
- doctorate with a dissertation entitled Knowledge Through Affective Connaturality, which was later published as The Range of the Intellect, Chapman, London...
- binational, cognate, cognation, connascence, connascent, connate, connation, connatural, denature, enascent, enate, enation, impregnate, innate, international...