Bibliotheca semiologica curiosa, lunatica, magica, et pneumatica  

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Bibliotheca semiologica curiosa, lunatica, magica, et pneumatica is a library by Umberto Eco. It consists entirely of books that describe falsities.

In Inventing the Enemy Eco states that the library "includes the works of Ptolemy but not those of Galileo."




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