Ars Magna

noun Ars Mag·na \ˈärs‧ˈmägnə, ˈärz-, -ag-\

Definition of Ars Magna

  1. :  a logistic system designed to function as a universal science that would be basic to all others; specifically :  the combinative method originally designed by Raymond Lully

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Origin and Etymology of ars magna

Medieval Latin, literally, great art


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