lack of certitude

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About postmodernism, however, I feel on safer grounds (though the grounds of postmodernism are by definition shaky indeed, with irony, dissociation, confusion, lack of certitude, and loss of faith in just about anything as its guiding characteristics).
Part of becoming a moral adult involves the ability to tolerate a lack of certitude.
The dramatic difference between the original machine count and the automated recount--Bush lost close to 1,400 votes--underscores the lack of certitude in such matters.