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Tabula rasa


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Tabula rasa comes from Latin where it meant blank slate. This is how it is used today as well, though there are nuanced differences in the actual English definition. It can refer to something in an unaltered state, or the mind of a person before it is influence by others.

Rasa can be pronounced with an ess sound or a zee sound.

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