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- While the term " Scott domain " is widely used with the above definition, the term " domain " does not have such a generally accepted meaning and different authors will use different definitions; Scott himself used " domain " for the structures now called " Scott domains ".
- In Athanasius Kircher's " Oedipus Aegyptiacus " ( 1652 ), Kircher assigned the word theosophy to the metaphysics adhered to in ancient Egypt, and to Neo-Platonism, and thus he gave once again the word one of its most generally accepted meanings, that of divine metaphysics.
- Rather, we refer to this . . . hazy, blurry, but nonetheless commonly-held, generally-accepted meanings of such words ( In fact, such'blurriness'/ uncertainty within these terms may be an impetus for someone to look them up on the first place on Wikipedia ).
- Note that a lexical definition is " descriptive ", reporting actual usage within speakers of a language, and changes with changing usage of the term, rather than " prescriptive ", which would be to stick with a version regarded as " correct ", regardless of drift in accepted meaning.
- According to the Motion Picture Association of America's definition in " The Voluntary Movie Rating System, " the NC-17 ( " No children under 17 admitted " ) rating " does not necessarily mean ` obscene or pornographic'in the oft-accepted meaning of those words ."