Xavier Le Pichon speaks of "fragility" and "vulnerability."
In my book, "The Bitterness of Job: A Philosophical Reading" (U. of Michigan Press, 1989), I argued that (human) vulnerability or weakness was a central theme of the theophany near the end of the biblical Book of Job--that human weakness in relation to other creatures was one of the three themes in the speech of God from the whirlwind--that human weakness, not God's power, was the relevant point there. And then I tried to explain how that theme was related to the central dialogue, with its debate over the problem of evil, and to the opening and closing parts of the book.
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