Communis

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Communis may refer to:

  • Communis opinio, a Latin phrase referring to "common opinion," or "the generally accepted view"
  • Doctor Communis, a term for Saint Thomas Aquinas (ca. 1225-1274), an Italian priest of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Fratres Communis Vitae, a Roman Catholic religious community founded in the 14th century
  • Res communis, the public domain
  • Sensus communis, the part of the psyche responsible for binding the inputs of the individual sense organs

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  • Canis lupus communis, the Russian wolf, a subspecies of the grey wolf occurring in north-central Russia

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