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'Fraid so. Symbology is technically the study of symbols, but is used as a synonym for symbolism. [[User:Morgant|Morgant]]
 
'Fraid so. Symbology is technically the study of symbols, but is used as a synonym for symbolism. [[User:Morgant|Morgant]]
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I still think this page should be changed to symbolism. It is discussing the meaning of the symbols, not the STUDY of the meaning of symbols. [[User:Jos|Jane Stockton]] 10:21, 6 Jan 2004 (EST)
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I'm completely ambivalent about which word to use - I was just confirming that symbology is real and appropriate. [[User:Morgant|Morgant]]
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oops. That's what happens when you are in a hurry to get new info down (and that's why I love knowing we have Morgant here to fix my spelling/layout/grammar/wording etc).  Fixing it.

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Is "symbology" even a word? Shouldn't it be symbolism?? Jane Stockton 10:02, 6 Jan 2004 (EST)

'Fraid so. Symbology is technically the study of symbols, but is used as a synonym for symbolism. Morgant

I still think this page should be changed to symbolism. It is discussing the meaning of the symbols, not the STUDY of the meaning of symbols. Jane Stockton 10:21, 6 Jan 2004 (EST)

I'm completely ambivalent about which word to use - I was just confirming that symbology is real and appropriate. Morgant

oops. That's what happens when you are in a hurry to get new info down (and that's why I love knowing we have Morgant here to fix my spelling/layout/grammar/wording etc). Fixing it.