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These emotional responses are automatic, undeliberate, or unconscious, occurring before the brain can decide what to do.
The strategy is robust with respect to nonrepetitive undeliberate muscle contractions (e.
But where individual managers' or whole organizations' communication signals are mixed and undeliberate, employees might never be sure what they are expected to do.
But a persistent pattern in Hardy's narrative--and evidences in his correspondence as well as in his revisions--all point to a different conclusion: that many of those incongruous features are not incidental to or undeliberate features of Hardy's craft.
It is improbable that the two acrostics, placed so strategically at the beginning and the end, are undeliberate or inauthentic.