Tuesday, December 6, 2016

This isn't Kansas (or kennilingus) anymore Toto

Following up on the last post: 

Btw, the origin of the suffix plex:

Latin -plex, -plic- (akin to plicāre to fold, bend, plectere to plait, braid; see -fold) + -s nominative singular ending

The origin of the prefix syn:

Greek, combining form representing sýn with, together with

Hence synplexity is folded together with. Amodal hier(an)archical synplexity is thus an image-schematic, pre-positional folding together of the actual via virtual hier(an)archy.

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