irresoluteness


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Definition 39 A semi topological group with respect to irresoluteness [24] is a group G endowed with a topology such that for each (Eq.) , the translations (Eq.) are irresolute, and such that the inverse mapping (Eq.) is irresolute.
Semi-strong continuity has been established to be more general than strong continuity, yet more restrictive than continuity, semi-continuity and irresoluteness. None of these implications is reversible, but it may be possible to determine additional reasonable conditions on the functions under which these various types of continuity are equivalent.
Even in the absence of intention with respect to Tieck's position vis-a-vis her work, her translations of the sonnets constitute an assertion of dialogical rendering and semantic reorientation that certainly suggests an awareness and even reflexivity of language's fluidity and irresoluteness. Tieck takes on the challenging task of "enlivening" Shakespeare's language, with all its possibility and ambiguity, and in its organic state she molds and reshapes the text to fit her own intentions and accents (Bakhtin, "Discourse" 677).
Whether this is because of insincerity, incompetence or irresoluteness due to dependency on US (and occasionally Israeli) protection is not clear.
Of his stay, be wrote, "During my long sojourn in Okande territory, I would have the bitterest experiences of the disloyalty and irresoluteness of the Negroes." (50) When he first came to the Ogooue, he discovered that local clan chiefs and workers wished him to stay rather than pushing further eastward.
from his irresoluteness in considering the dimensions and (positive) powers of being' (120).
Yet in fact, it encourages conformity, passivity, irresoluteness, and dependence on others, while giving the individual the false impression that he is powerful, courageous, and independent.
Irresoluteness, that is, unable to act, or rash and fickle actions do not show the quality of solertia.
Yet, since we all fall prey to irresoluteness, like monkeys hopping from branch to branch, it is not always possible to strictly adhere to gain mastery over one's senses.
If successful, it would weld that class into a cohesive force, strengthening the Unionist faction at home in their battles for political power and social control, as well as throughout the nation, where the irresoluteness of the people seemed to threaten an end to the Union as the elite knew it.
He said the result 'shows moments of folly, weakness and irresoluteness' and added: 'It seems ludicrous to me that anyone should believe that there is not one person among more than 19 million Australians now alive who is fit to be head of state.'
Regarding a letter of Hamilton's critical of Burr, Kennedy writes that "the portrait of Burr presented by Hamilton was of his own shadow-self, a picture that would have been more compelling had he criticized Burr for qualities not conspicuously his own--for example, qualities such as irresoluteness or being pathetically credulous beneath a cynical demeanor." A chance remark that Hamilton found Burr's manners "fascinating" is glossed by Kennedy as follows:
What remains is a sense of irresoluteness ("Where is my grand design hidden?"), of a void, of something not said, something not done.