dubiety


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A spectator who had been subtly alerted to such complexity of perspectives on the central argument of a masque would in all likelihood respond to any flashy rhetorical triumphalism in its ending with an element of unease or dubiety, however conservative his or her personal values might be.
In his recent Nietzsche's Jewish Problem: Between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Judaism, Richard Holub gives far greater weight to the dubiety of those views, to such a degree that, Holub contends, Nietzsche's putative "Judeophobia"--his "negative bias toward Jews and Judaism" (xiv)--"must in some fashion diminish our regard for other aspects of his thought" (211).
Firstly, if rhetoric's traffic was more with probability and verisimilitude than with veracity and certitude, the illusory nature of ekphrasis redoubled the dubiety of its truth claims, although if well achieved the audience's rational doubts may be overridden by the effect of its vivid language on their emotions.
The UK s solar sector will be against the UK government s green policy reset and market dubiety at the Solar Energy UK function at Birmingham s NEC.
He said: "This nugget of evidence not merely leaves an unpleasant miasma [smell] of concern and dubiety in relation to Mr Glascott's case, it has the potential to infect the integrity of GT Law's processes overall, and other claims.
general air of dubiety we were so ready to believe surrounded them.
Nuttall tersely phrased it, "the brilliance of Edgar's theatrical stratagem is infected with moral dubiety.
Key is the issue of the potential historical contingency of Western conceptions of critique in the face of the historical claims and historical dubiety of much of the Bible.
If he has to pull out of Glasgow Rangers because the finding goes against him, then at least the dubiety over whether Newcastle and Rangers could play in European competition with the same man as their main financial backer would be sorted once and for all.
In the eighteenth century, the image of Cain undergoes another transformation with the tragedy of the German poet Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock (1724-1803), The Death of Adam (1757), whose dubiety about the biblical myth influences Victor Hugo (1802-1885) in his epic poem The Legend of the Ages (1859-1883), in which Cain personifies the culprit corroded by remorse: "He feared everything, everything feared him" (CANGLOIS, 1998, p.
Similarly, where Company "writers" under Robert Clive and Warren Hastings had operated a mixed economy, trading in part for themselves and in part for the Company, these practices ceased to be tolerated in the first decade of the nineteenth century: in 1805-1808 the creation of the Company colleges at Haileybury and Fort William was inspired by the desire to have done with such moral dubiety and to train a bureaucratic cadre of high-minded, Christian, moral, and impartial gentlemen.
It remains for us to question if our constitutional model would be ready for hybrid situations like these in which there is dubiety or duplicity of applicable regimes, depending on the concret case or if, then, we surround ourselves with only one model, depending on the preponderant element of each entity: economic activity in the strict sense or public service.
It was in the afterlife of the PRB, when the work of Rossetti and Burne-Jones achieved moral dubiety that it contributes to European pictorial modernism.
However, there was some dubiety last night over whether the striker would stay in South Yorskshire.
Carlson makes an effort speak to teens in their own language, validating their growing dubiety when it comes to adults and authority figures, too many of whom, she confirms, are so wrapped up in the illusion of the self that they forget to act toward world betterment.