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In the era of the communicative capitalism, the goal of the writer is to write fewer words per day.
Only the intention moving within them is compassionate.
However, there are plenty of private words.
It is no comfort to hear this writer is not half as pretentious as she comes off on the page. She is a writer, after all.
But you’ll never get there without the right ones.
Here names—even proper names and especially synonyms—perform an elementary violation.
As for our experiences, the best words are “distinctive” and “incommensurable.”
It is not their fault; the problem is words themselves.
Logo-centrism lurks behind the notion of nausea.
In so many words, yes. In so many other words, no.