object of responsibility

See: charge, custody
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She was mine, more abso- lutely mine for possession and care than anything in the world; an object of responsibility and de- votion.
The object of responsibility and care may itself be transcendental (49).
Human existence, which is the primary object of responsibility,' has the precarious, vulnerable, and revocable character, the peculiar mode of transience, of all life, which makes it alone a proper object of `caring.