Adjective(1) admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion, or univocal
(1) The univocal word brings forth a world - however subsequently modified.(2) Seemingly then the first of agents, to which all agency is traced back, will be a univocal agent; and so the words used of God and creatures must be univocal .(3) It is a univocal lipogram, in which each chapter restricts itself to the use of a single vowel.(4) Different though they will be, each people's theoretical construction of an event ontology would be expected to be univocal .(5) Although this ever-more-dominant Freudian reading of The Changeling was not univocal , the play was almost universally seen as a dark love story.(6) That is to say, if we found our unity in the church grounded in a common commitment to an active evangelicity, with the episcopate in the vanguard, we might need to be less concerned about creating an artificial univocality within its ranks.(7) This obscurity might be the reverse of their fruitfully polysemic character: only dead terms can be univocally defined!(8) While postmodern feminism rejects the universality of truth, justice and objectivity and the univocality of ‘women,’ analytic feminism defends these notions.(9) The question is, how can the protagonist break through this selectivity, this view that already-defined meanings are univocally fixed to signifiers?(10) Someone might want to have a certain desire, in other words, but univocally want that desire to be unsatisfied.(11) Spacetime coincidences play this privileged ontic role because they are invariant and, thus, univocally determined.(12) For Stewart, the mullum in parvo offers ‘a kind of univocality , a form of absolute closure; its function is to close down discourse and not to open the wounds of its inadequacies.’(13) For Hopkins and his colleagues, neither anonymity nor any appeal to an authority that would transcend personal testimony precludes univocality .(14) If this attention to small linguistic details cannot satisfy us that there is a convincing univocality to the Scriptures, we must admit that the NT has mixed messages regarding ecclesial leadership by women.(15) So the one science falls under the other ‘almost univocally .’
1. unequivocal ::
2. unambiguous ::
1. implicit ::
2. indefinite ::
3. inexplicit ::
4. vague ::
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