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comment Does rational come from ratio or ratio come from rational?
According to the Mathematics Exchange, “rational” meaning a mathematical ratio and meaning ‘according to reason’ indeed have different etymologies, as Peter Shor suggests.
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revised “Whole” vs. “entire”
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Feb
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comment What is the term for accusing a person of mischief through invented, twisting and changeable terminology?
Causistry simply means using examples or "cases" to support an argument. The examples do not have to be terminology, nor are they necessarily invented or confusing.
Feb
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answered What is the term for accusing a person of mischief through invented, twisting and changeable terminology?
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Feb
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comment Who is ‘Sarah Palin impersonator’?
Readers of The Politico can safely be assumed to be very familiar with events at CPAC, if you get my drift.
Feb
14
answered Who is ‘Sarah Palin impersonator’?
Feb
12
comment What is the word for the emotion I feel when I see someone being humiliated?
I do not believe that all people have the same emotion in this situation.
Feb
9
comment Why is “math” always pluralized in British English and singular in American English?
[citation needed]