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NEO-LOGIC

Neo-Logic, or formerly, neology or neologism, is the use of words
and word parts to define new concepts. These words and
word-parts may be called 'concepts' and 'particles'.

Common concepts and particles in logic and philosophy include:

Meta-      -Physical                -Science
Super-     -Theoretical           -Ology
Macro-    -Sophy                   -Logic
Micro-     -Mathematics       -X theory

The words and word-labels may also include the names of
pre-existing disciplines such as biology, astronomy, and
linguistics.

In an applied sense, any neological 'identity' may also relate with
a further Y property after it concerns X theory, leading to many
branches of complexity, typically with no greater depth than four
or five outside of the composite definition of the identity, and the
single level of elaboration at the open-ended level (e.g. such as a
formal paper).

I have used neology to define a number of concepts, including:

*Metemphysics: The science of the physicalism of ideas.
*Macrosophy: The study of what is philosophically large.
*Microsophy: The study of what is philosophically small.
*Axiometry: The coherent geometry of axioms.
*Antialethianism: The way gods find meaning in meaninglessness.

I have also had a role in defining or contributing to pre-existing
neological areas, such as:

*Sophology or Sophiology: Theories about theories.
*Ontography: Describing the world objectively.
*Weather Studies: Philosophy or discursions about weather.
*Proportional or Ordinal Numbers: Post-rational numbers.
*Entiology: Study of entities.


              
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