Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of sensitivity.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The differences in sensitivities and mentalities could help Anglophone SF to improve itself and allow the development of new tendencies, which would enrich the genre.

    MIND MELD: Guide to International SF/F (Part I )

  • I know there are certain sensitivities in that field, so this is no subtle propaganda, but I do refer to "we" because we now have this problem, that from a security standpoint our planners at the end of World War II in analyzing the impact of new weapons became convinced that no longer could we defend the North American Continent from these shores.

    Men, Missiles and Misunderstandings

  • While complaining about others and shaming a rule-breaker at an event intended to teach equanimity is -- like the story in the beginning of this blog -- ironic, it teaches an important warning: The desire to control others in order to create a "perfect" environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

  • The desire to control others in order to create a "perfect" environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

  • While complaining about others and shaming a rule-breaker at an event intended to teach equanimity is -- like the story in the beginning of this blog -- ironic, it teaches an important warning: The desire to control others in order to create a "perfect" environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

  • The desire to control others in order to create a perfect environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

  • The desire to control others in order to create a "perfect" environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

  • The desire to control others in order to create a perfect environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

  • While complaining about others and shaming a rule-breaker at an event intended to teach equanimity is -- like the story in the beginning of this blog -- ironic, it teaches an important warning: The desire to control others in order to create a "perfect" environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

  • While complaining about others and shaming a rule-breaker at an event intended to teach equanimity is -- like the story in the beginning of this blog -- ironic, it teaches an important warning: The desire to control others in order to create a "perfect" environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism.

    Rabbi Alan Lurie: The Allure Of Narcissistic Spirituality

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