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Neurosis is the inability to tolerate ambiguity. — Sigmund Freud

Reasons for not keeping a notebook: 1) the ambiguity of the reader — Lionel Trilling

Intolerance of ambiguity is the mark of an authoritarian personality. — Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno

There is no greater impediment to the advancement of knowledge than the ambiguity of words. — Thomas Reid

If I take refuge in ambiguity, I assure you that it's quite conscious. — Kingman Brewster, Jr.

Time weighs down on you like an old, ambiguous dream. You keep on moving, trying to sleep through it. But even if you go to the ends of the earth, you won't be able to escape it. Still, you have to go there- to the edge of the world. There's something you can't do unless you get there. — Haruki Murakami

I would like to provoke ambiguous responses in my readers. — James Ellroy

Were our State a pure democracy, in which all its inhabitants should meet together to transact all their business, there would yet be excluded from their deliberations, 1. infants, until arrived at years of discretion. 2. Women, who, to prevent depravation of morals and ambiguity of issue, could not mix promiscuously in the public meetings of men. 3. Slaves, from whom the unfortunate state of things with us takes away the right of will and of property. Those then who have no will could be permitted to exercise none in the popular assembly; and of course, could delegate none to an agent in a representative assembly. The business, in the first case, would be done by qualified citizens only. — Thomas Jefferson