Talk:mundane

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# {{rfv-sense}} {{context|after “the”}} non-magical things
# {{rfv-sense}} {{context|[[esoteric]] psychology|Pagan|Wiccan|after “the”}} the reinterpretation of any practice or knowledge system that reduces its spiritual, ritualistic, or magical value.

mundane

The noun sense here with two definitions I find most suspect. I doubt this is more than personal conjecture having originally been added in this edit. __meco 20:17, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

To sharpen distinctions, I have added a low-controversy noun sense and put rfv-sense tags next to two other senses, one of which is pagan/Wiccan/esoteric, the other of which purports to be ordinary, but has the word magic in it. It would be easy to argue that we don't need any noun sense because many (most?) adjectives can be used as nouns and that there is no distinct meaning to the valid noun senses. DCDuring 22:19, 2 December 2007 (UTC)