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|ancient||adj: relating to the long ago, particularly the historical period preceding the fall of the Western Roman Empire; very old|
|philosophy||n: the study of general and fundamental questions, such as those about existence, reason, knowledge, values, mind|
|invention||n: the creation of a new device or process resulting from study and experimentation; the act of inventing|
|paradox||n: a statement, situation, or person that has two opposite facts or features and therefore seems impossible, is difficult to understand, or is strange;|
|argument||n: a set of statements or reasons used to support or refute a proposition or theory; a verbal or physical fight or dispute|
|conclude||v: to come to an end or close; to reach a judgment or opinion by reasoning|
|absurd||adj: ridiculously silly, unreasonable, or illogical|
|contradictory||adj: containing or consisting of conflicting or incompatible elements|
|riddle||n: a type of question that describes something in a difficult and confusing way, and that has a surprising answer, often asked as a game|
|inspire||v: to make somebody fill with the desire, confidence, or enthusiasm, especially to do something creative|
|mathematics||n: the science dealing with the logic of quantities, shapes, spaces, and arrangement|
|infinity||n: the state or quality of having no end or limit; (mathematics) a number greater than any natural number|
|dichotomy||n: a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different; a sharp contrast between two opposing and mutually exclusive categories or concepts|
|decide||v: to make up someone’s mind about something; to come to a conclusion or judgment after considering options|
|finite||adj: having a limit or restriction of size, time, etc.|
|halfway||adj: in or at a point midway or an equal distance between two points|
|distance||n: the amount of space between two points, measured in units such as miles, meters, or kilometers; the extent, scope, or range between two things, such as distance or emotional distance|
|divide||v: to separate or cause to separate into parts or groups|
|traverse||v: to cross or move through a land or water area|
|infinite||adj: unlimited or very great; impossible to measure|
|locate||v: to specify or determine the exact position of someone or something|
|flaw||n: a fault, mistake, or weakness that causes something not to be perfect|
|logic||n: a way of thinking or reasoning conducted or evaluated by strict validity principles; the study of correct reasoning or good arguments|
|resolve||v: to find a suitable answer to the problems or difficulty|
|suppose||v: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible|
|quarter||n: one of four equal parts; a fourth part or portion|
|equation||n: the act of regarding as equal; (mathematics) a statement that expresses the equality of two expressions by connecting them with the equals sign|
|individual||n: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group|
|chop||v: to cut something into pieces with a sharp tool, such as a knife|
|slice||n: a flat, often thin, piece of bread, meat, cheese, etc., that has been cut from a larger piece; a wound made by cutting|
|obtain||v: to get something, especially by making a great effort|
|construct||v: to build or create something; to assemble or combine different parts to form something whole|
|jargon||n: specialized language or vocabulary used by a particular group or profession that is often difficult for outsiders to understand; language that is full of technical slang or obscure terms and is often used to obscure or confuse rather than clarify|