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(noun) cause, origin / (noun) the cause of a disease or abnormal condition / (noun) a branch of knowledge concerned with causes / (noun) a branch of medical science concerned with the causes and origins of diseases

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as an etiology of today's power-baseline game, this party line is broadly accurate

—p.18 Federer Both Flesh and Not (5) by David Foster Wallace
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Rancière proposes an aetiology of the degeneration to which politics is liable. It is sometimes transformed into ‘archi-politics’.

—p.174 Equality as Event (169) by Gregory Elliott, Razmig Keucheyan
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There have been decades of debate about the aetiology of Stalinism, volumes of stories about the man’s brutality and that of his regime. They cast shadows backwards from what would come

—p.97 March: 'In So Far As' (66) by China Miéville
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The Future of Fiction
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The Future of Fiction
by multiple authors

The Future of Fiction
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constructs a thorough etiology of corruption

—p.156 Book Reviews (141) missing author
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Wallace's etiology of his own biased perspective is neither cure nor excuse for its intransitiveness

on DFW's awareness of his cultural position and privilege

—p.42 "It's Just the Texture of the World I Live in": Wallace and the World (41) by Clare Hayes-Brady
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