Blog Posts - Ambiguity



Ambiguity and uncertainty

Humans vary in how comfortable we are with uncertainty or ambiguity: Tolerance of ambiguity is a construct discussed in cognitive and experimental research literature, and refers to the willingness to prefer black and white situations, where “t...
by Healthskills on Jul 10, 2016

Fooled by Ambiguity and the Unexpected in Amherst, Massachusetts

Compared with their brethren in more criminally poignant zip codes, the Amherst, Massachusetts police still have their challenges. Like periodically solving dubious problems for high-maintenance residents. Judging by the four local newspaper* clippin...
by Wig & Pen on Jun 22, 2016

Fooled by Randomness and Ambiguity in Amherst, Massachusetts

Compared with their brethren in more criminally poignant zip codes, the Amherst, Massachusetts police still have their challenges. Like periodically solving dubious  problems for “entitled,” politically correct residents. If the four local n...
by Wig & Pen on Jun 22, 2016

Best Practices to Create Work Breakdown Structures

Discussed below are the best practices that possibly will provide assistance to project teams in creating an effective Work Breakdown Structure that will be covering particular project requirements. These best practices will be backing project teams...
by Magcify on Feb 24, 2016

Philosopher Fridays: Augustine on the Promise of Hope

Welcome to Philosopher Fridays, where I aim to expose the academic underpinnings of my thoughts on story-telling and writing. In this series I make no attempt to give a comprehensive view of any of the philosophers I tackle, but instead pick …...
by Stories & Soliloquies on Dec 26, 2014

Philosopher Fridays: Augustine on the Promise of Hope

Welcome to Philosopher Fridays, where I aim to expose the academic underpinnings of my thoughts on story-telling and writing. In this series I make no attempt to give a comprehensive view of any of the philosophers I tackle, but instead pick …...
by Stories & Soliloquies on Dec 26, 2014

Philosopher Fridays: Augustine on the Promise of Hope

Welcome to Philosopher Fridays, where I aim to expose the academic underpinnings of my thoughts on story-telling and writing. In this series I make no attempt to give a comprehensive view of any of the philosophers I tackle, but instead pick …...
by Stories & Soliloquies on Dec 26, 2014

Philosopher Fridays: Kierkegaard on the Strength of the Absurd

Welcome to Philosopher Fridays, where I aim to expose the academic underpinnings of my thoughts on story-telling and writing. In this series I make no attempt to give a comprehensive view of any of the philosophers I tackle, but instead pick …...
by Stories & Soliloquies on Nov 28, 2014

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Allegories of the Wilderness: Ethics and Ambiguity in Kuranko Narratives (African Systems of Thought)

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by Book Store on Feb 16, 2014

PICK BETWEEN THE TWO: Sometimes we need a bit more ambiguity

“Are you a leader or a follower?” Even though they have the ability to frustrate me greatly, one of my habitual boredom-curing pastimes is taking online […] The post PICK BETWEEN THE TWO: Sometimes we need a bit more ambiguity appe...
by The Mindful Word on Jan 21, 2014

A Sickening Emptiness 2089

I began to look over Blake’s script “Killing Cowboys” with the intention to pass some time before bed, but I quickly became engrossed in the story about a serial killer roaming the plains looking for cowboy blood. I was struck by th...
by Scragg Man on Sep 22, 2013

Gather your family around the table… fill their mouths and open their ears!

This blog is my catch all! I write about "what I think", don't ya know! Today it is about correcting my buttermilk biscuits! Ya see, I made them for my mother and sister recently and while they... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Right On Weekly Magazine on Mar 15, 2013

Congressional Apathy, Ambivalence, and Ambiguity is Destroying Constitutional Authority

There is a national fear of absolutes that WE as a society MUST overcome or bedlam and barbarism and vigilantism will rise, and that is absolute!l Remember vigilantism can only be in the mix, if the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my web...
by Right On Weekly Magazine on Mar 12, 2013

The Buttermilk Biscuit: One missing ingredient can make them “ho-hum”…….

This blog is my catch all! I write about "what I think", don't ya know! Today it is about correcting my buttermilk biscuits! Ya see, I made them for my mother and sister recently and while they were good and rose up high they did not brown well.
by What Do I think? on Mar 9, 2013

The Buttermilk Biscuit: One missing ingredient can make them “ho-hum”…….

This blog is my catch all! I write about "what I think", don't ya know! Today it is about correcting my buttermilk biscuits! Ya see, I made them for my mother and sister recently and while they were good and rose up high they did not brown well.
by What Do I think? on Mar 9, 2013

The Aesthetics of Ambiguity in a Medieval Lyric

Fowles in the frith,The fisses in the flood,And I mon waxe woodMuch sorwe I walke withFor beste of bon and blood. [Birds in the woods, fish in the stream, and I’m going mad. I walk with much sorrow for the best (or beast) of bone and blood.]...
by Poetry on the Loose on Dec 1, 2012

Injustice (2011) Questions Situational Ethics

INJUSTICE, now on DVD, examines "slippery slopes"...
by friday coming soon on Nov 6, 2012

Final confusion

The first glance at the following code may confuse you: public class Animal{ final private String name(){return "animal";} } public class Cat extends Animal{ final private String name(){return "cat";} } There is no compilation error despite the fact...
by Java is Fun on Mar 4, 2012


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