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Contra mundum

“Contra mundum” is a Latin phrase that can be translated to “against the world” or “against all”. The phrase is commonly used to describe a person or a position that opposes the prevailing opinions, beliefs, or circumstances. The phrase conveys the idea of holding a firm viewpoint or stance despite widespread disagreement or opposition.

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