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revised Definition and Etymology of “Diplasiology”
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Apr
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accepted Etymology of “magma” in abstract algebra
Apr
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comment Etymology of “magma” in abstract algebra
@Mitch In the case of those other algebraic structures, they make some sense: a group is a set and a binary operation put together in a certain way...okay, I can see that. Etc.
Apr
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asked Etymology of “magma” in abstract algebra
Mar
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comment Which is the proper spelling: “disfunction” or “dysfunction”?
@Thursagen We might distinguish between different types of linguistic correctness—it's not an absolute concept, after all. I would argue that we could look at etymological correctness versus common usage correctness, etc...
Mar
28
comment Is a “misspelled” word which subsequently creates another word still considered misspelled?
I think your question correctly insinuates that this is a case of technology affecting our view of language. I think that "word" where "world" was meant is a misspelling.
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accepted “Timeboxing” versus “time-slicing”
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comment Word for “to make changeable”
This is where you just make up your own word: unimmutabilize
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answered Definition and Etymology of “Diplasiology”
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