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  • Jean Vengua's generous Introduction also reveals conflictedness; her first sentence is "My immediate reaction to the 'aesthetic affairs' in this book is both attraction and repulsion."

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  • Yet the picture's conflictedness is also the source of its power.

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  • For moral reasons, Edward resists his natural taste for blood, and finds an outlet for his conflictedness when he encounters an armed human resistance, led by Willem Dafoe.

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  • There is a conflictedness to Mooney's assessment of his own life.

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  • The fact that the movie is directed by one Frenchman and written and produced by another suggests a deep psychological conflictedness that, alas, doesn't do anything to enliven this dull thriller.

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  • Characters in this episode were very true to form, from Tigh's loyalty to Adama's stubbornness to Starbuck's desperation to Boomer's conflictedness.

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  • Today, however, the pseudo-scientific field of therapy has given us "conflictedness."

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  • But this conflictedness is not just a question of individual psychology.

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  • an internal struggle that causes a feeling of conflict

    May 1, 2009