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n.1.The state of being exposed, laid open, or unprotected; as, an exposedness to sin or temptation.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The medical officer's reliance on principle-based care-giving procedures proves insufficient because moral issues are related to sensibility and not rationality: "Sensibility as exposedness to the other ...
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?