fittedness


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By failing to live patiently and with a measure of propriety, attentive and attuned to our fittedness within multiple webs of interdependence and responsibility, the beauty and goodness of creation are destroyed.
If Donne's poems reveal the struggle of a male speaker to accept his feminine role in relationship with God as husband, Lanyer's poems highlight the fittedness of women for fellowship with God.
Because of the mutual fittedness of intentional act to object intended, metaphysically distinct modes of objectivity will correspond to epistemically distinct modes of intentions.