Imperspicuous

Im`per`spic´u`ous


a.1.Not perspicuous; not clear; obscure; vague; ambiguous.
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Putting aside the complicated and imperspicuous legacy of Abraham Lincoln, advocates of black liberation might find a strategy like this disturbing, one that advocates liberation while sanctioning the sentiments of such a declaration.
Siegel is right that Kuhn's discussion is imperspicuous. Yet he seemingly overlooks the 'substantial difference' provided by Kuhn's explicit mention of comparison by means of reference (see next paragraph in the text).