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Cogito ergo doleoI think therefore I am depressed
Cogito ergo sum„I think, therefore I am." Argument used by René Descartes as proof of his own existence.
cogito ergo sum (also, ego cogito, ergo sum)I think, therefore I am (Descartes)
Duco ergo sumI calculate therefore I am
edo, ergo ego sum (also, edo, ergo sum)I eat, therefore I am
ego cogito, ergo sum (also, cogito, ergo sum)I think, therefore I am (Descartes)
ego sum, ergo omnia suntI am, therefore all things are
ergo(adv.) accordingly, then, therefore
ergo(gen. +) on account of, because of
ergoaccordingly, then, therefore
ergoon account of, because of
ergo bibamusTherefore, let us drink
ergo hoc proprium est animi bene constituti, et lætari bonis rebus, et dolere contrariisthis is a proof of a well-constituted mind, to rejoice in what is good and to grieve at the opposite (Cicero)
idem est ergo beate vivere et secundum naturamto live happily is the same thing as to live in accordance with nature’s laws (Seneca)
Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiaturThe world wants to be deceived, so let it be deceived!
mundus vult decipi; ergo decipiaturthe world wishes to be deceived; therefore let it be deceived
periculosum est credere et non credere; ergo exploranda est veritas, multum prius quam stulta prave judicet sententiait is equally dangerous to believe and to disbelieve; therefore search diligently into the truth rather than form foolish ideas that would pervert your judgment (Phædrus)
populus vult decipi; (ergo) decipiaturthe people wish to be deceived; (therefore) let them be deceived
Post hoc ergo propter hocAfter this, therefore because of this
Si minor plus est ergo nihil sunt omniaIf less is more, then nothing is everything
Sum, ergo edoI am, therefore I eat
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