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disordered

(dĭs-ôr′dərd)
adj.
1. Being in a condition of confusion or disarray.
2. Physically or mentally ill.

dis·or′dered·ly adv.
dis·or′dered·ness n.
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Causing this diversity and variability is what might be called the disorderedness of human nature, the different and even irreducible needs which make the wholeness of the human eidos a question.
Such reflection could lead him to see the conditions that call for phronesis because it is precisely the tensions comprised somehow by the human eidos, tensions amplified by the disorderedness of our world, which substantiate the ineradicable need for phronesis.