David Williams is a retired thirty-year public safety veteran with assignments in Austin, TX and Fayetteville, AR having included patrol in high-crime areas, helicopter rescue/medivac, and violent crimes investigations. He was instrumental in the implementation of Austin’s Special Operations Division and of Fayetteville’s Crisis Intervention Team and its Special Investigations Division. The Fraternal Order of Police, Rotary International, the Arkansas Psychiatric Society, and the American Legion have all honored Williams for his work with families and children in crisis, and he recently received the “Visionary Voice Award” from the National Coalition Against Sexual Assault. He is the bestselling author of Fighting for Her Life: What to do When Someone You Know is Being Abused and the director of Shield Wall Consulting, LLC. He now speaks and teaches nationally on subject areas including Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Investigations, Title IX Investigations, Workplace Violence Mitigation, and Domestic Violence Response Teams for businesses.Bede's seemingly groundbreaking paper on the relationship between the renunciation of factual knowledge and the differentiation of indeterminacy gains little from its frequent digressions into the minutiae of Joycean biographical scholarship. The renunciation of factual knowledge displaces the differentiation of indeterminacy.