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<p style="font-weight:normal;">Language is not static.</p>
</div>Yeah except what I said is the official modern definition and only community sites have yours. Which one am I gonna pick? An official definition from a scholarly website or one from some random dude on the internet.
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</div>Yeah except what I said is the official modern definition and only community sites have yours. Which one am I gonna pick? An official definition from a scholarly website or one from some random dude on the internet.</div>
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A scholarly website made by some random dude on the internet.
Argument of Authority.
 

Revision as of 06:41, October 30, 2017

SuperBen 1000000 wrote:

Kaestal wrote:

The word "canon" has changed quite a bit over the years and has many meanings now, one of which is authentic work by the original author (or chose successor).

That is the definition we use must use when describing fictional stories.

Saying there is a "Real" definition is incorrect, definitions change.

Language is not static.

Yeah except what I said is the official modern definition and only community sites have yours. Which one am I gonna pick? An official definition from a scholarly website or one from some random dude on the internet.

A scholarly website made by some random dude on the internet.

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