COMMON sense is a sound judgment not based on specialized knowledge, says the American Heritage Dictionary. A translation of Latin sēnsus commūnis, it was to mean common feelings of humanity. — Should Thomas Paine's Common Sense have been about "common feelings of humanity", there would have had to be more than one species. The British yet remain people too. ■→More
Lingua latina, the language of ancient Romans.
A New People
WE are not developing a conspiracy theory, as Americans would first need a regime in own country, to impose over the world, and to imagine the people willing is not only a little too hard. However, Out of one, many, says the sibyl; Out of many, one, says the USA Great Seal. More→
The Latin demeanor
WHY say circles, if we say cats? Ancient money talk along trade routes can give us a clue. More→