Ambiguity is More of ‘Nature’ Embedded than Discrete

Ambiguous Picture

“On the road from the City of Skepticism, I had to pass through the Valley of Ambiguity”, is rightly said by Adam Smith.

Ambiguity in the general context refers to non clarity or simply something which has a double meaning. An atomized meaning cannot be derived out of an ambiguous statement or situation. Delving into the psychology of an individual, we come to know that he behaves in a dynamic manner. Many of the persons I have come across have two aspects: one that constitute their core nature and one that is totally unpredictable. Saying things in an ambiguous manner starts with a small habit and if not changes gets embedded in the nature of the person itself. The person behaves in a ambiguous manner, and says things which are non specific in characteristic. All together this habit deeply drives his day-to-day personal and professional life. There may be several reasons to such a phenomenon.



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