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Cultural sensibility refers to how sensibility ("openness to emotional impressions, susceptibility and sensitiveness") relates to a person’s moral, emotional or aesthetic ideas or standards. The term should not be confused with the more common term "cultural sensitivity".
- Thompson, D. (1995). "The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English". Clarendon Press.
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