Vocabulary or Lexicon

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Vocabulary means more than having an extensive lexicon. It means to think in terms of that lexicon.

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  1. william hollensed 08/05/2016, 6:34 pm:

    I am speechless

  2. David Suskin 08/06/2016, 9:42 pm:

    I’m attempting to think lexiconically.
    Being that:
    1. The Major Premise – A Universal Intelligence is in all matter and continually gives to it all its properties and actions, thus maintaining it in existence.
    8. The Function of Intelligence – The function of intelligence is to create force.
    10. The Function of Force – The function of force is to unite intelligence and matter.
    13. The Function of Matter – The function of matter is to express force.

    I’m looking at words like function, unite, express.
    These are entities of action. To function, to unite, to express.
    When P1 states ‘…continually gives to it all its properties and actions…
    in reference to matter, are not these suggested entities of action THE actions that matter and force have (functioning, uniting , expressing) and yet to exist they require the entities of force and matter to allow for the existence of force and matter?
    Yes it’s circular and perhaps illogical and not necessary to inquire or analyze.
    Maybe it’s the limit of words I spoke of, in referencing their own definitions defined by the words they are trying to define?
    Or maybe Creation, a non chiropractic subject, is what I’m alluding to.
    That the 33Ps deal only in maintaining of existence, and thus matter and words, but not their intrinsic existences?

  3. David Suskin 08/07/2016, 3:11 pm:

    Stevenson;article 50, ‘definition of organize: to arrange or constitute in inter-dependent parts, each having a special function, act, office or relation with respect to the whole. this definition throws an interesting light upon the subject showing that if a number of interdependent parts are to have a cooperative relation with each other, they must be grouped about a central idea, a common need or governing principle. this governing principle is innate intelligence.’
    Vocabulary: interdependent parts.
    Lexicon: governing principle providing the grouping of words or interdependent parts about a central idea
    The Big Idea: intelligent thought, expressed through matter as organization. P32

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