Friday, March 13, 2009

Awareness of the Conditioned Response

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Some words in that Tag Cloud have been changed to reflect my own body of thought.

Words, as a "body of thought and thusly, jargon" that removes one further away from?

How is it one can "look past this" to see the "quality of the good?" While it is only to appear as more rhetoric speaking, and a decay from the essence what of that place is. Where the high mountain spots reveal "a clarity of mind" after ascending. Which can oversee such valleys? Represents in some unconscious actions of a painter or writer at work, a unsurmountable problem with life in the challenge ahead?

While lacking a description it had become symbolic, that what was speaking, was a more artistic envisioned capability to express what is needed to be faced. That this unsurmountable can indeed be defined in terms of an objective and goal, to symbolize accomplishment and clarity to mind, once having consumed all the information.

A word newly coined in the hope it will become accepted.

This may be thought a useful invention, one that’s particularly relevant to World Wide Words — coiners often submit linguistic inventions in the hope that they might be promoted and become a settled part of the language.

The difference between a protologism and a neologism is that the latter has actually been used somewhere, even if only once, while a protologism exists only as a suggestion of a word that might be used.

Wikipedia says that it was coined by Mikhail Epstein, the Professor of Cultural Theory and Russian Literature at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and that it was first used in 2005. It’s from Greek protos, first, plus logos, word, but might equally be taken to be an blend of prototype and neologism.

As protologism is quite often used within the Wikipedia community, it is itself no longer a protologism, but has ascended to the status of jargon.
World Wide Words

How is it possible to transform "any thinking" if it has been alloted to only "in the box thinking. Conflict and fear, as if, always contained to the fight or flight response? If all thought was crystallized to "reactionary forces" that would conduct our own thinking to a trial by trial induced basis as a continued response?

We set the tone. We set the thought process accordingly. What memories reside then in the thinking framework, called your own body of thought?


A neologism (IPA: /niˈɒləˌdʒɪzəm/; from Greek neo 'new' + logos 'word') is a newly coined word that may be in the process of entering common use, but has not yet been accepted into mainstream language (which can take up to a generation[1]). Neologisms are often directly attributable to a specific person, publication, period, or event. The term neologism was coined in 1803.[2]

So attempts are made to free the way one has always done things. To "shock" the system as to alter it's course of pre-conditioned thought and provide for new opportunities for expression. This entails then some familiarity with what has always been the mode of thinking, that would allow for a new and trans formative change to exist in the potential of any human being.

Neologisms in literature

Many neologisms have come from popular literature and tend to appear in different forms. Most commonly, they are simply taken from a word used in the narrative of a book; a few representative examples are: "grok" (to achieve complete intuitive understanding), from Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein; "McJob", from Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture by Douglas Coupland; "cyberspace", from Neuromancer by William Gibson; "nymphet" from Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.

Hunger then, becomes the understanding that all information that currently exists, exists to provide for the potential to develop the quality of mind for the good and to prepare it for that change.

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