a.1.Capable of being donated or given.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I am strongly tempted to give the names of two or three of those little boys, as a testimonial of the gratitude and affection I bear them; but pru- dence forbids;--not that it would injure me, but it might embarrass them; for it is almost an unpar- donable offence to teach slaves to read in this Chris- tian country.
See commentary by Emmanuel Falque in Saint Bonaventure et l'entree de Lieu en theologie (Paris: Vrin, 2000), 141-50: "Le donable ou l'acte de 'donner le don'."
A esta luz, la reduccion eidetica significa la reconduccion de lo dado y de lo donable reales o ficticios a su eidos, su esencia, que como forma fundamental y estructura reguladora ya actua en la experiencia misma.