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Word of the day for May 24
consilience n
  1. (logic) The concurrence of multiple inductions drawn from different data sets. [from mid 19th c.]
  2. The agreement, co-operation, or overlap of academic disciplines.

PointingHand.svg English philosopher and theologian William Whewell, who coined the word, was born on this day 225 years ago in 1794.

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