Commoratio


Commoratio (kom-mor-a’-ti-o): Dwelling on or returning to one’s strongest argument. Latin equivalent for epimone.

The Internet is a ‘visible hand’ that releases and captures, captures and releases, displays and replays, replays and displays and strokes and stokes the reckless carnality of the 21st century.

From “I love F***ing Science” to “I love F***ing,” it’s gamut is gut-wrenching.  It prostitutes curiosity. It hollows out the truth. Its censor is psychosis. It cannot be cured.

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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).

 

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