Seven years later, in the retrospective work, The Point of View for my Work as an Author, Kierkegaard opens with the central problem of the book, which is, once again, his own stylistic duplexity: "The Equivocalness
or Duplexity in the Whole Authorship Whether the Author Is an Aesthetic or a Religious Author" (XIII, 521).
This emphasizes elements of bestiality in Heracles in Sophocles' Trachiniae: while Dante would have been unware of this, it fits with the equivocalness
and impossibility of separating two natures that I am arguing for.
Yet, "savour" preserves the equivocalness
as to whether "spendsavour salt" is salt wasted or salt conserved.
Most normative models of strategy tend to accord middle management a supporting role at best (Shrivastava, 1986); executives are advised to reduce equivocalness
so that middle managers can act on clear instructions.
21) The tension for Muriel lies between the sense of moral equivocalness
and political outrage:
He is advised by no council, but governeth altogether like a tyrant," wrote Francis Bacon of Ivan the Terrible in 1582; and behind this remark it is possible to detect the equivocalness
towards absolutism that made Tamburlaine the barnstormer of Bankside.
224) Specifically, there is a substantial risk in the clarification approach that "officers will seek to find, or even to create, equivocalness
where there is none and in so doing force the suspect constantly to reassert his right to counsel.
It is a scene of exquisite equivocalness
in which the two meanings of "carried away" come together.
From the moment that what is being taken into account is being qua being, that is, pure multiplicity, it is indispensable that language rid itself of its equivocalness
Connecting modem thought about textual equivocalness
to what Augustine called "the ambiguities of figurative words" (verborum translatorum ambiguitates) (OCD 3.