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Literally the 'forcing of wisdom', experienced when faced with the truth or a point of view not previously considered. It can be applied to something shocking or revealing, or just something thought-provoking.
I used to ignore politics, but I found the Iraq war to be a study in erethisophy / distubingly erithisophic.
by Richard Beer April 27, 2007
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