- Tabula rasa (disambiguation)
Tabula rasa("blank slate") is a philosophical concept.
Tabula Rasa can also refer to:
* "Tabula Rasa" ("Buffy" episode), a season 6 episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
* "Tabula Rasa" ("Lost"), the third episode of "Lost"
* "Tabula Rasa" ("Stargate Atlantis"), a season 4 episode of "Stargate Atlantis"
* "Tabula Rasa", a of "Justice League"
* "Tabula Rasa", a season 9 episode of "Law & Order"
* "Tabula Rasa", a of "
In video games:
* "Tabula Rasa" (video game), a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG)
* An area in the Neutral Zone of space in the game "", where many alien worlds have appeared from out of nowhere, is called the "Tabula Rasa".
*The "2-Hour" ability of the Scholar Job in
Final Fantasy XIis called "Tabula Rasa".
* "Tabula Rasa" (album), by Einstürzende Neubauten
Tabula Rasa (band), a major Finnish progressive rock group in the 1970s
** "Tabula Rasa", their debut album
* "Tabula Rasa", an album by the Boston-based band Hel Toro.
* "Tabula Rasa" (Arvo Pärt), a piece of music by
* "Tabula Rasa", a song by Covenant
* "Tabula Rasa", a song by
* "Tabula Rasa", a song by
* "Tabula Rasa", a rumored unfinished album, recorded in the late 1990s by
* Tabula Rasa, a Pittsburgh indie/math rock band who released an album on
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