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Strongest Way to Love

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Strongest Way to Love

Introducing Thumos Love

Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev

Thumos Love is the strongest way to love. This webpage presents the booklet Strongest Way to Love. Its contents are presented in the List of Topics. Its purpose is to introduce The Book of Thumos Love.

Table of Contents

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  1. About Thumoslang Major Books
  2. What is Thumos Love?
  3. What is Thumoslang?
  4. About the Book of Thumos Love
  5. Thumos Love Procedure
  6. Estimated Word Count
  7. Release Notes

 

1 About Thumoslang Major Books

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Thumos Love is the strongest way to love. This webpage presents the booklet Strongest Way to Love. Its contents are presented in the List of Topics. Its purpose is to introduce (B1) The Book of Thumos Love.

This webpage is also the third chapter in (B2) The Book of Thumoslang, whose contents are listed in this website’s Table of Contents. This website is basically The Book of Thumoslang. That’s why the website’s front page is the book’s cover page.

The second chapter in the book is the (B4) Guide to Thumoslang, which is part of the Thumoslang Starter Kit. Included in the kit is (B3) the Thumoslang Dictionary.

As of March 2021, the four books aforementioned along with (B5) the 2017 hardcover book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration are all considered as the five Major Thumoslang Books in the Thumoslang Library.

 

2 What is Thumos Love?

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All that is presented by the 2017 hardcover book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration is normally referred to as the Thumos Philosophy. Because it was created in Providence, Rhode Island, it is sometimes referred to as the PVD Philosophy.

Front and center of the book is Chapter Six, which presents the first falsifiable definition of love. For the first time ever, love is defined with falsifiability so well that it could be tested against reality. Did you love him? Did she love you? Are you loving me? Am I loving you? These questions could now be answered using not feelings but science and data.

The importance of the first falsifiable definition of love could never be overemphasized. It is hereby underlined by the label Thumos Love.

Using science and data, one could prove that the strongest possible way to love is to do it according to Chapter Six in the 2017 hardcover book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. In other words, the strongest possible way to love is Thumos Love.

The original group responsible for making the 2017 book is called Thumos3. Its three members are Nickantony Quach, Mike Vanseveren, and Mark Canny. It was Mike who introduced the other two. That’s why Thumos is often abbreviated as T3 and Thumos Love is often abbreviated as T3love.

 

3 What is Thumoslang?

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The language used in Thumos Love is called Thumoslang. Thumoslang is the nomenclature for social clarity. As documented by the Thumoslang Dictionary, the Thumoslang nomenclature contains over 800 different terms. Each term spells out one and only one concept using a Thumoslang thumbnail definition, which is expressed using Thumoslang thumbnail syntax. All basic questions about Thumoslang are answered by the Guide to Thumoslang.

Both the dictionary and the guidebook are part of the Thumoslang Starter Kit. All are presented at the Thumoslang website thumoslang.wordpress.com.

 

4 About the Book of Thumos Love

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The Book of Thumos Love is written for those who want to love in the strongest possible way. The procedure in the next section should get them started.

The Book of Thumos Love

 

5 Thumos Love Procedure

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(Coming soon)

6 Estimated Word Count

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This section will be removed in the final draft as it contains only editorial information.

In total, this book has around 498 words. That’s 2 pages, with 350 words per paperback page as a working average: source.

Of the 5 sections, the average word count per section is around 100 words.

To reviewers, this booklet has 8 words not considered as basic English. They are listed below when this text is generated in local mode.

7 Release Notes

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Revised at 1:53:12 PM on 3/28/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and periodically updated in print. It’s part of, or in support of, the Thumoslang Book Collection. Use the following link for the latest version of this document

To offer feedback or comment on anything presented herein or to obtain Thumoslang mentoring or other services, please contact the Quach & Mustafayev Group directly.

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