Why Thumoslang?

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To become far more powerful than you’ve been led to believe, bring more good things to the life of others. To do so, tell them the following. The good things in their life are derived from their relationships. That’s why we all should become an expert in human relationships. To become an expert in any field, you must first learn of its nomenclature. Thumoslang is the nomenclature for use in social life to achieve more consequential relationships with much less effort. To have better things in life, let Thumoslang turn you into a master of relationships and make you far more powerful than you’ve been led to believe.

Thumoslang is short for Thumos Language. However, it is, more precisely, a nomenclature. A nomenclature is is a system of names or terms, or the rules for forming these terms in a particular field of arts or sciences. | Tell me more

The first collection of terms in Thumoslang was first published in the 2017 book, THUMOS: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. The book talks more about the Thumos Philosophy and less about the Thumos Nomenclature. That’s why the term Thumoslang is not mentioned at all in the book.

After Nickantony Quach, a co-author of the book, stripped out the rules off of the philosophy, what remains is the nomenclature. The philosophy of Thumoslang is not to be a set of rules but to be instead a language, specifically, a nomenclature. This is what makes Thumoslang the most powerful philosophy of all for social life, in other words, in the mastering of human relationships.

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