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Word of the day ontology

by Christine Lovatt

"At a fringe meeting, Oliver Letwin used the word "ontological" to a roomful of Tories. They loved it. They gave a collective shiver of thrilled submission. It's the new Tory deviance: cleverness"

Ontology is the branch of metaphysics dealing with the nature of being. And an ontological argument is one in which God, being defined as most perfect, must exist, since a God who exists is greater than a God who does not. Only intellectuals and scientists would dare use the word.

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Some unknown Irish street thug called Houlihan is responsible for the word HOOLIGAN