Definition of reductiveness in English:

reductiveness

noun

  • See reductive

    • ‘We're left with a social parable of mind-boggling reductiveness.’
    • ‘Using next to nothing, he activates the whole sheet; the reductiveness makes you acutely aware of every mark and blemish.’
    • ‘To be fair, Simpson ends by offering suggestions to avoid reductiveness of this sort.’
    • ‘Let me state this point in a different way: the reductiveness of the usual kind of ‘historical background’ has its appeal, and also its utility.’
    • ‘Aghion, moreover, covers all the relevant topics in sufficient depth to escape any suspicion of reductiveness, at least as far as I am concerned.’