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open to doubt or suspicion

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To give two well-known examples from the book, readers might look for signs to find out if and how Avril Incandenza relates to the Canadian terrorists, but it remains very dubitable that they will ever reach a definitive answer based purely on textual evidence.
Se trata de resolver el acertijo enteramente cartesiano de extender la certeza de las percepciones inmanentes a la dacion imperfecta y dubitable de lo trascendente, preocupandole precisamente las evidencias de tipo "ideal" que el cataloga como objetividades verdaderamente trascendentes (24).
Sampson's description of implied consent based on customary practice is dubitable.
In particular, I will suggest that Las Casas's remarks (quoted above) about the dubitable authority, due to certain extrinsic factors, of the conquistadores' proclamation, can be significantly elaborated and developed in light of insights from the sociology of knowledge, as first developed in Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann's The Social Construction of Reality (1966).
Por ultimo, mientras la subjetividad trascendental, en su dimension temporal, encierra un nucleo de apodicticidad, la subjetividad empirica es susceptible de escorzamiento y por tanto, es dubitable.
If a mountain range appears to be blue from a distance but turns out to be populated with green vegetation when looked at from close range, one's certainty about its colour becomes dubitable.
I believe Rorty's views are the outcome of his acceptance of a Cartesian view of knowledge as indubitable belief, along with the recognition that it is impossible to have a grasp of the world that isn't mediated by interpretive and dubitable practices.
In Cartesian fashion, Husserl begins by doubting the veracity of knowledge: "Everything is dubitable apart from the fact that I doubt" (44).
The Second World was communist and tried to catch up with the West with dubitable success.
Such a word with this meaning, however, is unattested, and it is difficult to see how such a noun could have been used except adverbially, so that how the word could have been formed in the first place seems dubitable.
Far more troubling, he asserts, are the non-material, non-mechanical technologies, the organizational and psychological techniques that provide us with the highly dubitable benefits of bureaucracy, advertising, political propaganda, and government and corporate surveillance of our every habit and desire.
That something is dubitable, however, is not in itself enough to show whether or how it could be scientifically tested.
Todas esas criticas aseveraciones, han buscado impugnar las deficiencias implicitas en dichos planes, los cuales han denotado, particularmente, la ausencia de conceptos y criterios por lo cual se hizo dubitable que los mismos fueran realmente interpretes de la necesidades y demandas que se han enmarcado en un tipico cuadro de impermutables problemas.
Indeed, the possibility of transferring knowledge is dubitable as we see in Plato's dialogues the Protagoras and the Meno.
So, by a detailed investigation, we have shown that the CIUR-connected approaches of QMS are grounded on dubitable (or even incorrect) views.