Ambivalence toward formalism is characteristic of American legal discourse.
Clearly, the historical turn of events from non-violence to nuclear armament, suggest a deep ambivalence about Mahatma Gandhi's legacy.
He felt ambivalence from the committee in relation to genomics.
He felt an ambivalence about the nature of the inmates.
In the short term, such ambivalence is not a problem.
It led to a certain ambivalence in their attitudes toward the organized labor movement, despite their commitment to greater economic equality.
Paul was faced with deep ambivalence toward the prevailing culture.
Respondents expressed ambivalence to their drugs in various ways.
That's one of the things on which I have the greatest ambivalence, actually.
The greatest problem for population numbers came from the Sikh people's own ambivalence about their identity.
The moral ambivalence of the rogue narrative encouraged divergent political readings.
The policy toward people with a learning disability has been marked by deep ambivalence.
The reaction of the American public to the invasion of Iraq reveals a startling ambivalence to war in contemporary times.
There was ambivalence in the minds of Scottish policy makers toward community empowerment.
There was ambivalence shown toward funding partnerships.
There was considerable ambivalence about the strain of living with an elderly parent.
They showed ambivalence with regard to the second decision.
We can't resolve the ambivalence in Marx -- or at least in possible interpretations of Marx.