#Vocabulary

We want to create Vocabulary which is not singular in definition. We want Vocabulary with a plurality of depth in meaning. We have a signifier for a tree which =tree. While =tree itself can be an abstract word in the postmodern sense, society, en mass, is not a postmodern society. They will see a rigid outline, or what one could call a #PlatoForm. The trouble is: #PlatoForms are not abstract in concept. The =tree of #PlatoForms is just that: a rigid outline of a tree:


Yet what is Tree? It is the whole process of being Tree. From its origins in the big bang, to its habitat & diversity on this planet, to its integration into the O2/H2O/CO2 Hydrological Cycle, to its infinite plurality in space. We are all just bubbling stardust. However, emulating this type of deep meaning en mass, at this point, would be futile. People condemn such things as: Hogwash, Poppycock and Balderdash. Thus we need to move Vocabulary further into the abstract with words like: Ecology, Sustainability, Epistemology, Existential, Philosophical, Hydrological, Democratic, Capital – words where the Form is more diffuse than =tree. Yet while we begin this process of #PostModernization we must continually deconstruct =tree into Tree thusly continually keeping language, and, as such, Society in the Cyclical Abstract Process of Becoming. But let me be clear, to say Cyclical Abstract Process of Becoming, is not to say there is no concrete reality, however shaky, in which we objectively traverse in some material form. Thus, OUR #PlanetEarth IS warming, CO2 IS a #ContributingFactor, and OUR #PlanetEarthISFinite! But in the Cyclical Abstract Process of Becoming we must not see global warming, and its threat, as independent of CO2, human psychology, political psychology, time, species maturity, etc., etc., etc. onwards and forwards ad infinitum signifier stream.

Once we loose #VocabularicThoughtDiversity we loose #Humanity. #ResistHomogenizedCentralization. passing as #DiverseFreeEconomicMarketFactorsOfPrivatization.

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