It is my conviction that the evident stiffness and apodictism of the definitions cited was already predetermined by the initial decision as to the universe in which the discourse of socialism is to be placed.
1979, Le Théâtre en Pologne: The Theatre in Poland XXI:vii–xii, page 22:
His sincerity, bordering on naïvete, may explain his inability to approach people, his outright biological inability to seek truth by devious paths which, however, may be effective, and even a certain apodictism.
In one word, when it comes to writers like Prlichev, there can and should be room in both the Greek and Bulgarian, and Macedonian literary history. Naturally, not in the same way and not with the equal apodictism in determining their national attribution.
2002, Calvin O. Schrag (author), Martin Joseph Matuštík and William Leon McBride (editors), Calvin O. Schrag and the Task of Philosophy after Postmodernity, Northwestern University Press, page 71:
In spite of the apodeictism of these statements, Foucault never articulates a fully coherent position on sexual repression.