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How to use these two words ?
eg.I felt a modicum of ambivalence . So ambivalence refers to feeling.
eg."more haste, less speed" is a paradox.
I understand their meaning but I was confounded on their usage .
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homesweethomeMy therapist recently offered the term, "ambivalent paradox" ... considered a foundational precept in Jungian psychology

It seems, then, that it's an expression that comes up in the specialized world of Jungian psychology and has been defined within that world. Obviously, I never thought of that as a way of using that expression because I know almost nothing about Jungian psychology.

CJ