-LOGY appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):
- Semi-metal leftist elite, yap at a tame logy golem at a tap: a yeti lets it fellate mimes.
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Definition of -LOGY
What does -LOGY mean?
- A branch of learning; a study of a particular subject.
- Something said, or a way of speaking, a narrative.
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Philosophy Beside Itself (1986)
On Deconstruction and Modernism by Stephen W. Melville
The difference between onto- logy and theo-logy is a derivation of the prior unity of the ontological difference, and the apparent unity of the two in the constitution of metaphysics is the forgetting ...
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