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According to Gilchrist, such an imposition of univocality is necessitated by the "varieties," inconsistencies, and instabilities of the Asiatic languages, which implicitly stood in opposition to the desirable standards of the English language:
For example, some analytic feminists might well deny Cudd's claim above about the univocality of ˜women.™
While postmodern feminism rejects the universality of truth, justice and objectivity and the univocality of “women,” analytic feminism defends these notions (1996, 20).
Within the application universe, we experienced univocality.