Quantum redactiones paginae "Disputatio:Libertas religionis" differant

::Fontes quos in commentationem inserui plane ''libertate credendi'' pro ''freedom of religion'' utuntur ('freedom of [religious] belief'). ''Freedom of thought'' [[libertas sentiendi]], cogitandi, mentis, aut animi est, ut commentatio illa explicat. [[Usor:Mattie|Mattie]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Mattie|disputatio]]) 01:59, 17 Aprilis 2014 (UTC)
:::Quamquam constantia nominum desideranda est, in libris Google saltem locutio "libertas religionis" (238 paginae) locutionem "libertas credendi" (151 paginas) evincit. [[Usor:Lesgles|Lesgles]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Lesgles|disputatio]]) 22:35, 19 Maii 2016 (UTC)
::::Since they're both well attested, I don't think the exact number of occurrences matters much. Rather, we should choose the name that works best. When I was working on the 'freedom of _____' pages I tried to be consistent by using verbs rather than nouns (after beginning, if memory serves, with [[Libertas sentiendi]] and finding mostly attestations of 'sentiendi' rather than 'mentis' or what have you): libertates credendi (of religion), [[libertas philosophandi|philosophandi]] (academic freedom), [[libertas imprimendi|imprimendi]] (of the press), [[libertas sentiendi|sentiendi]] (of thought), [[libertas loquendi|loquendi]] (of speech). Some of these cases were well attested with nouns as well ('libertas preli / imprimendi') but others not. [[Usor:Mattie|Mattie]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Mattie|disputatio]]) 21:45, 20 Maii 2016 (UTC)
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