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Commonplace books (or commonplaces) were a way to compile knowledge, usually by writing information into books. Such books were essentially scrapbooks filled with items of every kind: medical recipes, quotes, letters, poems, tables of weights and measures, proverbs, prayers, legal formulas. Commonplaces were used by readers, writers, students, and scholars as an aid for remembering useful concepts or facts they had learned. Each commonplace book was unique to its creator's particular interests. They became significant in Early Modern Europe.
"Commonplace" is a translation of the Latin term locus communis (from Greek tópos koinós, see literary topos) which means "a theme or argument of general application", such as a statement of proverbial wisdom. In this original sense, commonplace books were collections of such sayings, such as John Milton's commonplace book. Scholars have expanded this usage to include any manuscript that collects material along a common theme by an individual.
Commonplace books are not diaries nor travelogues, with which they can be contrasted: English Enlightenment philosopher John Locke wrote the 1706 book A New Method of a Common Place Book, "in which techniques for entering proverbs, quotations, ideas, speeches were formulated. Locke gave specific advice on how to arrange material by subject and category, using such key topics as love, politics, or religion. Commonplace books, it must be stressed, are not journals, which are chronological and introspective."
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nickdrake:

Planet of The Apes.
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cladora:

i miss @katyperry internet bullying @skyferreira 😊
cladora:

i miss @katyperry internet bullying @skyferreira 😊
cladora:

i miss @katyperry internet bullying @skyferreira 😊
cladora:

i miss @katyperry internet bullying @skyferreira 😊
cladora:

i miss @katyperry internet bullying @skyferreira 😊
cladora:

i miss @katyperry internet bullying @skyferreira 😊
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abcnewsofficial:

beyonseh:

this has to be one of bey’s funniest interviews because she’s being shady the entire time but just loudly smacking on those grapes i live for it

Beyoncé before she got any PR training was truly the best lmfao
abcnewsofficial:

beyonseh:

this has to be one of bey’s funniest interviews because she’s being shady the entire time but just loudly smacking on those grapes i live for it

Beyoncé before she got any PR training was truly the best lmfao
abcnewsofficial:

beyonseh:

this has to be one of bey’s funniest interviews because she’s being shady the entire time but just loudly smacking on those grapes i live for it

Beyoncé before she got any PR training was truly the best lmfao
abcnewsofficial:

beyonseh:

this has to be one of bey’s funniest interviews because she’s being shady the entire time but just loudly smacking on those grapes i live for it

Beyoncé before she got any PR training was truly the best lmfao
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my-d1vineright:

nachalibre:

uncle phil does not play

Word to Uncle Phil
my-d1vineright:

nachalibre:

uncle phil does not play

Word to Uncle Phil
my-d1vineright:

nachalibre:

uncle phil does not play

Word to Uncle Phil
my-d1vineright:

nachalibre:

uncle phil does not play

Word to Uncle Phil
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catastrofe:

my new headgear
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armand basi s/s 2001

armand basi s/s 2001
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babyminaj:

this tweet describes my entire life
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July 28th, 2014: Leaving her apartment in New York City

July 28th, 2014: Leaving her apartment in New York City

July 28th, 2014: Leaving her apartment in New York City

July 28th, 2014: Leaving her apartment in New York City