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un·con·tro·ver·sial

 (ŭn′kŏn-trə-vûr′shəl, -sē-əl)
adj.
Causing no controversy.

un′con·tro·ver′sial·ly adv.
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Adv.1.uncontroversially - not involving any controversyuncontroversially - not involving any controversy  
controversially, polemically - involving controversy; "criticism too polemically stated"
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Do all human beings merit full moral respect and protection, as you and I uncontroversially do--or only some?
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Nevertheless, it is usually possible to distinguish a set of core non-finite verbal categories, any transitivity of which is uncontroversially dependent on their verbal status; in Old Avestan, this includes, for example, participles in -nt- and infinitives in -diiai.
I suspect that I would have not thought it such a problem to reconcile sola scriptura and the most dominant forms of Evangelical ecclesiology and view of the sacraments with (1) the authoritative manner in which the ancient creeds were issued by a Church that appropriated pagan philosophical categories, (2) the sacramental infrastructure--including penance and Eucharistic realism--that was uncontroversially practiced in the midst of so many doctrinal disputes for which many of the early councils, such as Nicea and Chalcedon, were convened, and (3) the sacerdotal hierarchy required for the normativity of the creeds and the administration of the sacraments.
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This article argues, though, that by the time Quine gets to his discussion in Word and Object (1960) of the uncontroversially existent Socrates, he has dramatically shifted his analysis of names in a way that merits more emphasis than it has received.