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n.1.The state of being exposed, laid open, or unprotected; as, an exposedness to sin or temptation.
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Sensibility is "the exposedness to affection," "vulnerabiliby," "susceptibility," giving without holding back, and the opposite of the subjectivity of the ego (Levinas, Otherwise than Being 62, 146).
Might we speak, regarding this creature, of an exposedness beyond compare?
This feature suggests that the general westward surface transport in the gulf [24] may override the 'impact' of local geometrical features of the Gulf of Finland and may increase or decrease the exposedness of a particular nearshore or coastal section with respect to pollution or debris stemming from the offshore.