unconcealing

unconcealing

(ˌʌnkənˈsiːlɪŋ)
adj
not concealing or hiding anything; revealing
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Wollstonecraft's sentiments are still well worth unconcealing today.
By presenting Vietnam, free-market democracy, Puritanism, the Hegelian "end of history," and the Roman transformation of Greek thinking as unrelated, the order disables the critical thinker from "unconcealing" the depth of its control.
He is thus in a relational connection to the subject, unconcealing it for his contemporary audience.