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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adjective: Relating to a question or topic for debate or discussion.
From Latin quodlibetum, from Latin quod (what) + libet (it pleases), meaning “whatever pleases”. Earlier the term referred to a mock exercise in discussion or debate. Earliest documented use: 1581.
“All these examples are taken from William of Ockham’s quodlibetal questions.”
Alastair Minnis; Fallible Authors; University of Pennsylvania Press; 2008.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:I know what I have given you. I do not know what you have received. -Antonio Porchia, poet (13 Nov 1886-1968)