This introduction contains many ideas that have been developed in the Tübingen Ambiguity Initiative, which was started together with Matthias Bauer, Joachim Knape and Peter Koch in 2006. Most of the contributors to this volume have joined the initiative and worked on the elusive but fascinating concept of ambiguity. I want to thank the graduate students in the DFG-funded research training group (RTG 1808), who contributed to the discussions of the Ambiguity Model. In particularly, I want to thank the following people in reversed alphabetical order for fruitful discussions and comments: Angelika Zirker, Esme Winter-Froemel, Wiltrud Wagner, Joachim Vogel, Thomas Susanka, Britta Stolterfoht, Bettina Remmele, Valéria Molnár, Andreas Konietzko, ...

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