Jews famously study the Talmud and practical Jewish law; perhaps less well known is that debate over how to read the text and extract a meaningful narrative from the cloud of ambiguity
in the text forms an important part of everyday traditional Jewish life.
highlights Ni's unique artistic practice that incorporates unconventional, yet vaguely familiar objects such as air filters, flags, soap and faux rice.
Lennon had an uncanny ability to make ambiguity
and word-play somehow poignant," he said.
Hence, fixing one value of ambiguity
through rounding the first term in (4) to the nearest integer, has an impact on the rest of the ambiguities.
Then in June, 1950, that ambiguity
was hardened when North Korea attacked South Korea beginning the Korean War.
is a common problem in medical writing.
In this article, we explore the effects of risk aversion and ambiguity
aversion on mortality risk modeling and pricing.
In our study, we investigated whether or not the impact of implementation intentions on reactions to alternative cues would be moderated by ambiguity
between focal and alternative cues.
There is, however, little direct evidence for the effect of individual ambiguity
attitudes on market outcomes and, vice versa, of the effect of market interaction and market institutions on ambiguity
1964) studied personality variables as determinants of role ambiguity
and role conflict in organizations.
Various people have said that ambiguity
is a problem for communication," Ted Gibson, senior author of the study, said.
In the first part of the collection there are essays touching upon ambiguity
in connection with works of Medieval Literature.