quaesitum

quaesitum

(kwiːˈsiːtəm)
n
something that is sought; the solution to a problem
[Latin]
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(4) The term "VisionQuest" comes from the Latin "visum" meaning "to see" and "quaesitum" meaning "to seek or ask" (Angell, 1994, p.
(McCann, 2000: 230, 232) The recognition of the fragile equilibrium between stability and diversity, and order and chaos, as well as nature's spatio-temporal dynamics, is--from the point of view of the land ethic--a quaesitum of the right action .