n.1.The quality of being cleared.
Imputed by his friends to the clearedness, by his foes to the searedness, of his conscience.
- T. Fuller.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In contrast to this dark place, to take the clearing as a metaphorical representation thus makes perfect sense insofar as it is a clearedness that greets beings at the site of their onto-phenomenological openness.
The clearing, as we have seen, acts as the site of beyng's truth because it is in its own clearedness that the degree to which it is informed by nothingness becomes known.
[It is] a responding, a claim, an answering for, a being responsive on grounds of the clearedness of the relationship.