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n. pl. scho·li·ums or scho·li·a (-lē-ə)
1. An explanatory note or commentary, as on a Greek or Latin text.
2. A note amplifying a proof or course of reasoning, as in mathematics.

[New Latin, from Greek skholion, diminutive of skholē, lecture, school; see segh- in Indo-European roots.]
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(ˈskəʊlɪəm) or


n, pl -lia (-lɪə)
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a commentary or annotation, esp on a classical text
[C16: from New Latin, from Greek skholion exposition, from skholē school1]
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(ˈskoʊ li əm)

n., pl. -li•a (-li ə)
1. Often, scholia. an explanatory note, esp. on a passage in an ancient Greek or Latin text.
2. a note added to illustrate or amplify, as in a mathematical work.
[1525–35; < Medieval Latin < Greek schólion=schol(ḗ) school1 + -ion diminutive suffix]
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a marginal note or comment, especially in an appendix, providing explanation of a Greek or Latin text. Also scholy. — scholiast, n.
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Noun1.scholium - a marginal note written by a scholiast (a commentator on ancient or classical literature)
marginalia - notes written in the margin
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Other suggestive divergences from the OP include the fact that in the definition of attribute (E1D4), the scribe apparently wrote and erased format following id, quod intellectus de substania before writing percepit, which may be relevant for the debate between subjective and objective interpretations of the attributes; the fact that the demonstration of E1P5 refers to E1D3 and E1A6 in place of the OPs E1D3 and E1D6, which may entail a somewhat different line of argument for this proposition; and the fact that the VMS has a causis externis fiunt where the OP has a causis externis fluunt in the scholium of E1P11, which may be relevant for the question of whether Spinoza adopted an emanative view of divine causation.
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