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Revelation of one's thoughts, emotions, or attitudes, intentionally or unintentionally.

self′-re·veal′ing (-rĭ-vē′lĭng) adj.


disclosure of one's private feelings, thoughts, etc, esp when unintentional
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Curiosity being one of the forms of self-revelation, - a systematically incurious person remains always partly mysterious.
Trump is damaged most, not by sabotage, but by self-revelation.
He covers what revelation is, models of revelation, self-revelation, radical revelation, the revelation of apocalyptic personhood, apocalyptic phenomenology, and the catholicity of revelation.
The story ends, leaving the protagonist in an ultimately vulnerable state, one of self-loathing, self-revelation and sexual (re)awakening, a distraught man aching for his-so comes the surprising twist
Our reading from Exodus reminds us that God's key self-revelation in ancient times began because God heard the cry of the people and sent Moses to lead them to freedom.
On this point, many readings of Levinas submit to either of two temptations: one might revoke Levinas's right to the title of phenomenologist on the ground that his thinking is in fact guided most often by dialectical negation, until arriving at what must be affirmed in the absence of any other proposition; or one might simply observe that many of Levinas's central claims--crucially that the human face is the self-revelation of absolute otherness--are forged by explicitly refusing the limits of what Husserl or Heidegger would recognize as phenomenality.
The document has to work hard to press into this scheme human matters that are less closely connected with the divine self-revelation, such as the love between a young woman and a shepherd vividly and even erotically celebrated in the Song of Songs (86-88).
It was a moment of self-revelation when the beaten-up leader said he'd been repeatedly underestimated.
Self-Revelation and Incarnation: Absolute Concreteness and Its Consequences
In the process of self-revelation, she bunked with a high schooler, played by Chloe Grace Moretz, and her single father, played by Sam Rockwell.
John is even more direct: the multiplication of the bread is but a prelude of Jesus' self-revelation as the Bread of Life.
Yet, Sparks deftly suggests Scripture also offers the remedy for problems extant within the text, especially because the Bible points to God's fullest self-revelation in Jesus Christ.