Deja Vu


The term Deja vu was coined by the French philosopher Émile Boirac in 1876, and is French for “already seen”. It refers to an innacurate feeling of familiarity when experiencing a novel event or situation.

Source:

Boirac, É (1876) “Revue philosophique de la France et de l’étranger“, Volume I, (p. 430)



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