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What does the Psychology Symbol stand for?
I was looking through some psychology books and noticed the symbol representing psychology. I tried looking for it on symbols.com but it did not seem to be on there. Does anyone know what it stands for? Its shape is a capital "i" with a kind of mishaped "u" incorporated on it.
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Classical Greek and NT Greek has a conventional pronoumciation. two actually. for the English
My generation were subjected to the nineteenth century convention ( Headmasters' Conference 1910 I think) and then there was a later one, I think called vox graeca (wocks gray-ka)
Psi was pronounced p-sigh sigh with a p in front.
The ch in psyche is meant to be like the ch in loch, but I have never heard anyone English do that