“Homo unius libri (Latin, meaning "man of one book") is a phrase that is generally attributed to...Homo unius libri
“Template:Mergeto Practical arguments are a logical structure used to determine the validity or...Practical arguments
“Credo quia absurdum is a Latin phrase of uncertain origin. It means "I believe because it is...Credo quia absurdum
“In physics and philosophy, absolute theory usually refers to a theory based on concepts (such as...Absolute theory
“Template:Orphan African Uplands was a term commonly used by European scholars, especially in the...African Uplands
“Anamnesis ( "recollection, reminiscence", literally "loss of forgetfulness") is a term used in...Anamnesis
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