How to use Univocal in a sentence

univocal
  • The two sciences are not univocal, that is, they do not have the same subject.

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  • Of course reconciliation is not in itself a univocal concept, nor are the motivations of those who invoke it universally shared.

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  • For example, there is no univocal international evidence that board independence leads to better performance or corporate decisions.

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  • Such a mode of causality is called ' univocal causality '.

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  • However, the term shi'ah was not used in a univocal sense in all its applications.

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  • Another argument for univocal predication is based on an argument from Anselm.

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  • That is where the heavy stuff about anthropomorphisms, analogical and univocal language comes in.

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