Meaning of limitedness in English:



See limited

‘Religious tradition as process similarly enlivens old symbols with present experience, revealing the simple limitedness of human consciousness in the very act of expanding it.’
  • ‘In the preface, Forrest-Thomson indicates the limitedness of such obliqueness.’
  • ‘To this belongs also the limitedness of each according to his or her gender identity, as well as their consequent being in reference to another.’
  • ‘We are limited as humans and we have a deeply-rooted need to show solidarity in our limitedness.’