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Mutuus dissensus n.
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Dissensus: pratiques et représentations de la diversité des opinions (1500–1650). Sous la direction de Florence Alazard, Stéphane Geonget, Laurent Gerbier et Paul-Alexis Mellet.
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1. Lack of consensus; difference of opinion.
2. An agreement to disagree.
3. A minority opinion in response to a consensus position.
4. Specific areas of disagreement.
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