ungenuineness

ungenuineness

(ʌnˈdʒɛnjʊɪnnəs)
n
the state of being ungenuine
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Perhaps, it will be contended, the lack or ungenuineness of "high culture" can be put up with if at the same time society lives in a civilized order and a state of prosperity--including literacy and a good level of education--which is doubtless possible in logic.
Ignoring the object of affectivity gives rise to various forms of "ungenuineness" in which "instead of focusing on the good which either affects us or which motivates an affective response, one reverts to one's own feeling" (p.