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    'ethymological' usage


    Hi guys,
    Questioning the use of 'etymological' in the opportunity line of my essay writing.

    New and Classic tolerance are ideological schools of thinking centered on their basic, etymological foundation of liberty.

    Advice on whether this is suitable would be appreciated. I also considered using 'intuitive' in place of etymological. Possibly even somebody could, where I failed, conjure another word which communicates the imitative relationship between Liberalism and Liberty.
    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: 'ethymological' usage

    Quote Originally Posted by virginialuther12 View Post

    Hi, guys,


    Hello virginialuther12, and welcome to the forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by virginialuther12 View Post
    Questioning Is the use of 'etymological' in the opportunity line of my essay writing suitable?

    New and classic tolerance are ideological schools of thinking centered on the basic concepts behind their names. , etymological foundation of liberty.
    See above.

    Quote Originally Posted by virginialuther12 View Post
    Advice on whether this is suitable would be appreciated. I also considered using 'intuitive' in place of 'etymological'.
    Neither works in that context.

    Quote Originally Posted by virginialuther12 View Post
    Possibly even somebody could, where I failed, conjure another word which communicates the imitative relationship between liberalism and liberty.
    Thanks in advance!

    Try my suggested edit.

    By the way, please correct the information on your profile page.

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