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“For all” and “there exists”

The two most common mathematical quantifiers are "for all" (∀) and "there exists" (∃). I wondered how to render them in Latin. Here is my proposal: for all x: pro omnis x for all ...
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Is there a word for “science/study of art”?

Is there a word for "science/study of art"? For the moment I use the neologism "artologia" but I'd rather conform to the usage. Edit. I would prefer a single word translation. Edit....
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How to translate this sentence from Euler's Dissertatio?

At the beginning of Dē frāctiōnibus continuīs dissertātiō, Euler writes the following: Variī in Analysin receptum sunt modī quantitātēs. in Analysin just means in Analysis but the rest of the ...
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What does the phrase “horae subsecivae” mean in the title of a work by philosopher Christian Wolff?

Christian Wolff was a German philosopher in the 18th century who wrote many works in Latin. As part of his work, he wrote a set of three volumes all called Horae subsecivae Marburgenses (Marburg is a ...
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Translation of the title of a 17th century map of underground waterways

A picture by the 17th century Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher, explaining his theory of underground waterways connecting all bodies of water on Earth, is titled: Systema ideale quo exprimitur, ...