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Thumoslang

Promotion Works

Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev

This document is a trailhead to promotional materials for Thumoslang. The reader should have links accessing all the materials useful to the promotion of Thumoslang, its webpages, and its communities.

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  1. Introduction
  2. How to Introduce Others to Thumoslang

 

1 Introduction

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2 How to Introduce Others to Thumoslang

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If you want to let others in your favorit online forum know about Thumoslang, you could write a letter such as this one. First, introduce yourself and tell how you were introduced to Thumoslang. The rest of the letter may include the following paragraphs or use your own words. The URL at the bottom of this page must always be included.

I have a question. What if, through the natural evolution of language, there arose a flaw in the way information is disclosed for one party to another?

When one person tells an idea to another person, what they are trying to do is take the concepts that exist solely within their own mind, and give others the ability to consider those same concepts that originated from them. The unfortunate truth is that language as we know it today is not perfectly equipped to do this at full power in every scenario. This is evidenced by the very existence of miscommunication. However, there must exist a solution to miscommunication, one which perfects communication so as to have all ideas heard in full.

The best solution to this that has been discovered so far is a nomenclature. A nomenclature is a system of names, terms, or the rules for forming specific terms in a particular field of arts or sciences. However, rather than for a field of study, this nomenclature should be created and used for social life.

If a nomenclature were to explicitly define every aspect of social life, miscommunication would be completely eradicated. There would be no ambiguity when people talk to one another, since a simple look at the terms of the nomenclature would perfectly tell what the intended message was down to each and every word.

Such a thing did not exist before 2017, when it was invented and brought to the world by the book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. Thumoslang is a nomenclature for social clarity with over 800 terms.

As of 2021, all Thumoslang material is stored on the official Thumoslang website. To anyone willing to give the site a look and let their thoughts on it, positive or negative, be heard, thank you!

The URL is https://thumoslang.wordpress.com/guide/

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