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b 32, d 108.  A student of [[Zersolon]], he was the source of the [[Dialogues of Mando]] around 75 AI which work portrays Zersolon’s conversations with other persons.  Mando was an Ithatian philosopher known for his support of cosmic universals and mantic principles.  He is best known for [[Metamagics (Treatise)]] and the [[Dialogues of Mando]].
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b 32, d 108.  A student of [[Zersolon]], he was the source of the [[Dialogues of Mando]] around 75 AI which work portrays Zersolon’s conversations with other persons.  Mando was an Ithatian philosopher known for his support of cosmic universals and mantic principles.  He is best known for [[Metamagics (Treatise)]] and the [[Dialogues of Mando]].  He is also the main source of the body of principles used to form [[Mandonism]] after his life.
  
 
=See Also=
 
=See Also=
 
*[[Dialogues of Mando]]
 
*[[Dialogues of Mando]]
 
*[[Golden Age of Ithatian Philosophy]]
 
*[[Golden Age of Ithatian Philosophy]]
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*[[Mandonism]]
 
*[[Metamagics (Treatise)]]
 
*[[Metamagics (Treatise)]]
 
*[[Zersolon]]
 
*[[Zersolon]]

Latest revision as of 13:30, 26 July 2020

Mando

b 32, d 108. A student of Zersolon, he was the source of the Dialogues of Mando around 75 AI which work portrays Zersolon’s conversations with other persons. Mando was an Ithatian philosopher known for his support of cosmic universals and mantic principles. He is best known for Metamagics (Treatise) and the Dialogues of Mando. He is also the main source of the body of principles used to form Mandonism after his life.

See Also