Definition of Imputability

1. n. The quality of being imputable; imputableness.



Definition of Imputability

1. Noun. The character of being imputable. ¹

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Definition of Imputability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imputability

impurification
impurifications
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impuring
impurities
impurity
impurity control
impurple
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imputabilities
imputability (current term)
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imputers
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Literary usage of Imputability

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1. Lectures on jurisprudence or the philosophy of positive law by John Austin (1885)
"Or the plight or predicament of the persons who have forborne, omitted, or acted, is styled ' imputability.'96 All these expressions, it appears to me, ..."

2. Negligence in Lawby Thomas Beven by Thomas Beven (1895)
"... and the damages recovered by her become her separate property.3 All question of imputability in this case is therefore avoided. Gannon r. ..."

3. Ethics: Or, Moral Philosophy by Walter Henry Hill (1884)
"... they are neither morally good nor morally bad in relation to man, antecedently to any deliberate action of his will. ARTICLE III. imputability ..."

4. A Students' Manual of Ethical Philosophy: Adapted from the German of G. Von by Georg von Gizycki (1889)
"imputability has the same relation as responsibility to punishment. " Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin " means: Blessed is the man ..."

5. Criminal Sociology by Enrico Ferri, William West Smithers, Joseph Ignatius Kelly, John Lisle (1917)
"Punishment Requires Physical imputability. The first obvious condition is ... In other words, there is first of all necessary physical imputability which ..."

6. A Treatise on the Law of Carriers: As Administered in the Courts of the by Robert Hutchinson, Floyd Russell Mechem (1891)
"imputability of the negligence of those who have infants and imbeciles in charge.— The question of contributory negligence in such cases may be also ..."

7. Morals: A Treatise on the Psycho-sociological Bases of Ethics by Guillaume L. Duprat, William John Greenstreet (1903)
"Errors of Appreciation—164. Insufficient Deliberation —165. Irresponsibility—166. Possible Modification of the Character—167. imputability—168. ..."

8. Principles of the Law of Torts by Francis Taylor Piggott (1885)
"... or with the person under whose control he is at the time of the accident; or the imputability of the passenger with the contributory negligence of the ..."

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