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Philomorosy. n. The study of the superfluous nature of things via the topics of illusion, nihility, unknowledge, apathy, unreason, mindlessness, and taciturnity; the study of paths to and from nonbeing; anti-philosophy.
The Ancient Greek word moros has two different meanings, derived from two
divergent etymologies: μωρός (Mōrós. adj. Stupid, foolish); and μόρος
(Móros. n. Fate, doom; in Greek mythology, the personification of such
states). Philo + Moros thus has the dual overlapping meanings of “love of
foolishness” and “love of doom.” (Elmo of Rottinghof)
– From Ambrose Johnson's
Predictionary of Alienacular
Philosophy of Brains
Those fall farthest who first fall up
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