tabula rasa


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tabula rasa

[tä′bo̅o̅lä rä′sä, tab′yəle rā′sə]
a term used to describe a child's mind at birth as a receptive "blank slate."
A term referring to the widely held belief that children can be moulded and taught as if they were a blank slate on which anything can be 'inscribed' by parents and society
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While Bramberger would simplify the square with his grid of paving, replacing the accumulated detritus of curbs, broken surfaces and street furniture with a tempting tabula rasa, Zinganel proposed that the money for the art object be put into a bank.
The tabula rasa produced by the bombing of Ulm in 1944 removed almost all the remaining medieval fabric around the minster and hasty reconstruction did nothing to redefine the platz.
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Well, we must give him a tabula rasa and hope that he is finally speaking the truth.
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