Peter Roget's Thesaurus , Ron Hubbard's Brainstorming manual?

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First published in 1852 it has now sold over 32 million copies worldwide,It remains, definitively, a writer's best friend.

Ron only had one friend, and roget was it.


In looking over the original of Dr Peter Roget's mammoth assemblage

One cant help but notice Scientology forming, the hierarchy of ideas in categories.

Its like a brainstorming session of Scientology techniques and Dianetics, Hypnotism, the links & Connections.

Reality, Affinity Communication
Aberration, Conditions, Differences, Similarities, Differentiation,
Agreement,Greatness, Order versus Disorder, Source, Founder, Power, Liability, PTS ness
Generality, sweeping, Disperse, Transference~ Displacement~ Contagious, Rapport, Diluvian, Present Time, Timelessness, Begin, Change, Stop, Qualify, Reaction, Reverie, Give and Take, Black & White, Cause, Prime Mover,Generator, Dynamo, Gentle rise and Fall, Open the door ,Emergency, Danger, Tone , Energy, Invalidate, Bodily motions, exchange, Creator~ originator, autohor, founder, power. Kindle, Ruin, Turbulence, Alleviate, sedatives, Predisposition, zPrecipitation, Amendable, Pervade, Disseminate, Wax, Attenuation, Disperse, Beauty and Uglyness , Right and wrong, undulation, Encysted, Channel, Particle, Lag, Direction~Trending~ statistics.Attraction~ Repulsion.Organisation , Macrocosm, Gases, Cross purposes, Matter, energgy, space and time.

Its not that one would assume that the words are there in Rogets work,, its the order and cross referencing, as you read from start to finish, the sophisticated and elaborate, categories, its like reading a synopsis of scientology seeing the connections, unfold.well worth reading.

Wiki said:
Roget's Thesaurus as a classification system

Roget's Thesaurus can be seen as a classification system. The Wikipedia "category schemes" (Wikipedia:Category schemes) are based on the classification system of Roget's Thesaurus, as evidenced by the outline from the 1911 US edition, now in the public domain.[6]

Ron Hubbards placement of words,

Tabular Synopsis of Categories


Class I. Abstract Relations

I. EXISTENCE
1°. Abstract 1. Existence. 2. Inexistence.
2°. Concrete 3. Substantiality. 4. Unsubstantiality

Internal. External.
3°. Formal 5. Intrinsicality. 6. Extrinsicality.

Absolute. Relative.
4°. Modal 7. State. 8. Circumstance.


2. RELATION
9. Relation. 10. Irrelation.
11. Consanguinity

1°. Absolute 12. Reciprocality.
13. Identity. 14. Contrariety.
15. Difference.
2°. Continuous 16. Uniformity.
17. Similarity. 18. Dissimilarity.
3°. Partial 19. Imitation. 20. Non-imitation.
Variation.
21. Copy. 22. Prototype.
4°. General 23. Agreement. 24. Disagreement.


3. QUANTITY
Absolute. Relative.
1°. Simple
25. Quantity. 26. Degree.
27. Equality. 28. Inequality.
29. Mean.
30. Compensation.

By comparison with a Standard.
2°. Comparative
31. Greatness. 32. Smallness.

By comparison with a similar Object.
33. Superiority. 34. Inferiority.

Changes in Quantity.
35. Increase. 36. Decrease.

Non-addition.
37. Addition. 38. Subduction.
39. Adjunct. 40. Remainder.

3°. Conjunctive 41. Mixture. 42. Simpleness.
43. Junction. 44. Disjunction.
45. Vinculum.
46. Coherence. 47. Incoherence.
48. Combination. 49. Decomposition.
50. Whole. 51. Part.

4°. Concrete 52. Completeness. 53. Incompleteness.
54. Composition. 55. Exclusion.
56. Component. 57. Extraneousness.

4. ORDER
1°. General 58. Order. 59. Disorder.
60. Arrangement. 61. Derangement.
62. Precedence. 63. Sequence.
64. Precursor. 65. Sequel.

2°. Consecutive
.........66. Beginning. 67. End.
68. Middle.
69. Continuity. 70. Discontinuity,
71. Term.
72. Assemblage. 73. Non-assemblage.

3°. Collective Dispersion.
74. Focus.
75. Class.

4°. Distributive
76. Inclusion. 77. Exclusion.
78. Generality. 79. Speciality.
80. Rule. 81. Multiformity.
5°. Categorical
.........82. Conformity. 83. Unconformity.


5. NUMBER
84. Number.
1°. Abstract 85. Numeration.
86. List.
87. Unity. 88. Accompaniment.
89. Duality.
90. Duplication. 91. Bisection.
2°. Determinate 92. Triality.
93. Triplication. 94. Trisection.
95. Quaternity.
96. Quadruplication. 97. Quadrisection.
98. Five, &c. 99. Quinquesection,&c.
100. Plurality. 101. Zero.
102. Multitude. 103. Fewness.
3°. Indeterminate 104. Repetition.
105. Infinity.

6. TIME
106. Duration. 107. Neverness.
Definite. Indefinite.
108. Period. 109. Course.

1°. Absolute
110. Diuturnity. 111. Transientness.
112. Perpetuity. 113. Instantaneity.
114. Chronometry. 115. Anachronism.


2°. Relative—

to Succession
116. Priority. 117. Posteriority.
118. Present time. 119. Different time.
120. Synchronism.

to a Period
121. Futurity. 122. Preterition.
123. Newness. 124. Oldness.
125. Morning. 126. Evening.
127. Youth. 128. Age.
129. Infant. 130. Veteran.
131. Adolescence.

to an Effect or Purpose
........132. Earliness. 133. Lateness.
134. Opportunity. 135. Intempestivity.


3°. Recurrent
136. Frequency. 137. Infrequency.
138. Periodicity. 139. Irregularity.

7. CHANGE
140. Change.
141. Cessation. 142. Permanence.
143. Continuance.
1°. Simple
144. Conversion. 145. Reversion.
146. Revolution.
147. Substitution. 148. Interchange.

2°. Complex
149. Mutability. 150. Immutability.
.............Present. Future.
151. Eventuality. 152. Destiny.


8. CAUSATION

1°. Constancy of Sequence

Constant Antecedent.......Constant Sequent
153.Cause........ 154. . Effect.

Assignment of Cause.........Absence of Assignment.
155.Attribution ....... 156. Chance
. .
2°. Connection between Cause and Effect

157. Power. 158. Impotence.

Degrees of Power.
159. Strength. 160. Weakness.


3°. Power in Operation
161. Production. 162. Destruction.
163. Reproduction.
164. Producer. 165. Destroyer.
166. Paternity. 167. Posterity.
168. Productiveness. 169. Unproductiveness.
170. Agency.
171. Energy. 172. Inertness.
173. Violence. 174. Moderation.


4°. Indirect Power
175. Influence. 175a Absence of Influence
176. Tendency. 177. Liability.


5°. Combinations of causes
178. Concurrence. 179. Counteraction.




CLASS 2. SPACE

1. SPACE IN GENERAL

1°. Abstract Space
180. Indefinite space. 181. Definite.Region.

182. Limited Place.

2°. Relative Space
183. Situation.
184. Location. 185. Displacement.

3°. Existence in Space
186. Presence. 187. Absence.
188. Inhabitant. 189. Abode.
190. Contents. 191. Receptacle.


2. DIMENSIONS
1°. General
192. Size. 193. Littleness.
194. Expansion. 195. Contraction.
196. Distance. 197. Nearness.
198. Interval. 199. Contiguity.

2°. Linear
200. Length. 201. Shortness.

202. Breadth. 203. Narrowness.
Thickness. Thinness.

204. Layer. 205. Filament.
206. Height. 207. Lowness.
208. Depth. 209. Shallowness.
210. Summit. 211. Base.
212. Verticality. 213. Horizontality.
214. Pendency. 215. Support.
216. Parallelism. 217. Obliquity.
218. Inversion. 219. Crossing.


3°. Centrical—General
220. Exteriority. 221. Interiority.
222. Covering. 223. Centrality.
224. Lining.
225. Investment. 226. Divestment.
227. Circumjacence. 228. Interjacence.
229. Outline.
230. Edge.
231. Circumscription.
232. Enclosure.
233. Limit.

3°. Centrical- Special
234. Front. 235. Rear.
236. Laterality. 237. Antiposition.
238. Dextrality. 239. Sinistrality.


3. FORM
1°. General

240. Form. 241. Amorphism.
242. Symmetry. 243. Distortion.
244.Angularity.

2°. Special

245. Curvature. 246. Straightness.
247. Circularity. 248. Convolution.
249. Rotundity.
250. Convexity. 251. Flatness.
252. Concavity.
253. Sharpness. 254. Bluntness.
255. Smoothness. 256. Roughness.

3°. Superficial
.........257. Notch.
258. Fold.
259. Furrow.
260. Opening. 261. Closure.
262. Perforator. 263. Stopper.


4. MOTION
264. Motion. 265. Quiescence.
266. Journey. 267. Navigation.

1°.Motion in General

268. Traveller. 269. Mariner.
270. Transference.
271. Carrier.
272. Vehicle. 273. Ship.
273a Aircraft

2°. Degrees of Motion

274. Velocity. 275. Slowness.

3°. Conjoined with force
.........276. Impulse. 277. Recoil.


4° With reference to Direction
278. . Direction. 279. Deviation.
280. Percession. 281. Sequence.
282. Progression. 283. Regression.
284. Propulsion. 285. Traction.
286. Approach. 287. Recession.
288. Attraction. 289. Repulsion.
290. Convergence. 291. Divergence.
292. Arrival. 293. Departure.
294. Ingress. 295. Egress.
296. Reception. 297. Ejection.
298. Food. 299. Excretion.
298a. Tobacco.
300. Insertion. 301. Extraction.
303. Passage.
303. Transcursion. 304. Shortcoming.
305. Ascent. 306. Descent.
307. Elevation. 308. Depression.
309. Leap. 310. Plunge.
311. Circuition.
312. Rotation. 313. Evolution.
314. Oscillation.
315. Agitation.



CLASS 3. MATTER


1. MATTER IN GENERAL

316. Materiality. 317. Immateriality.
318. World.
319. Gravity. 320. Levity.


2. INORGANIC MATTER

1°. Solids
321. Density. 322. Rarity.
323. Hardness. 324. Softness.
325. Elasticity. 326. Inelasticity.
327. Tenacity. 328. Brittleness.
329. Texture.
330. Pulverulence.
331. Friction. 332. Lubrication.

2°. Fluids—

1. In General

...........333. Fluidity. 334. Gaseity.
335. Liquefaction. 336. Vaporisation.

2. Specific
337. Water. 338. Air.
339. Moisture. 340. Dryness.
341. Ocean. 342. Land.
343. Gulf. Lake. 344. Plain.

345. Marsh. 346. Island.

3. In Motion
347. Stream.
348. River. ........349. Wind.
350. Conduit. 351. Air-pipe.

3°. Imperfect Fluids

352. Semiliquidity. 353. Bubble.
354. Pulpiness. 355. Unctuousness.
356. Oil. 356a. Resin

3. ORGANIC MATTER

1°. Vitality—

In General
......................357. Organisation. 358. Inorganisation.
................ 359. Life. 360. Death.
361. Killing.
362. Corpse.
363. Interment.

Special
364. Animality. 365. Vegetability.
366. Animal. 367. Plant.
368. Zoology. 369. Botany.
370. Cicuration. 371. Agriculture.
372. Mankind.
373. Man. 374. Woman.


2°. Sensation

(1) General

........375. Sensibility. 376. Insensibility.
377. Pleasure. 378. Pain.
(2) Special—

1. Touch
379. Touch.
. 380. Perceptions of 381. Numbness.
Touch.

2. Heat
382. Heat. 383. Cold.
384. Calefaction. 385. Frigefaction.
386. Furnace. 387. Refrigeratory.
388. Fuel.
389. Thermometer.

3. Taste
390. Taste. 391. Insipidity.
392. Pungency.
393. Condiment.
394. Savouriness. 395. Unsavouriness.
396. Sweetness. 397. Sourness.

4. Odour

398. Odour. 399. Inodorousness.
400. Fragrance. 401. Fetor.

1. Sound in General.
402. Sound. 403. Silence.
404. Loudness. 405. Faintness.

2. Specific Sounds.
406. Snap. 407. Roll.
408. Resonance. 409. Sibilation.

5. Sound
410. Stridor.
411. Cry. 412. Ululation.


3. Musical Sounds.
413. Harmony. 414. Discord.
415. Music.
416. Musician.
417. Musical Instruments.


4. Perception of Sound.
418. Hearing. 419. Deafness.

1. Light in General.
420. Light. 421. Darkness.
422. Dimness.

423. Luminary. 424. Shade.
425. Transparency. 426. Opacity,
427. Semi-transparency.

2. Specific Light.
6. Light
428. Colour. 429. Achromatism.
430. Whiteness. 431. Blackness.
432. Grey. 433. Brown.
434. Redness. 435. Greenness.
436. Yellowness. 437. Purple.
438. Blueness. 439. Orange.
440. Variegation.


3. Perceptions of Light.
441. Vision. 442. Blindness.
443. Dimsightedness.
444. Spectator.
445. Optical Instruments.
446. Visibility. 447. Invisibility.
448. Appearance. 449. Disappearance.



CLASS 4. INTELLECT

DIVISION I. FORMATION OF IDEAS

I. Operations of Intellect in General
450. Intellect. 450a. Absence of Intellect
451. Thought. 452. Incogitancy.
453. Idea. 454. Topic.

II. Precursory Conditions AND Operations
455. Curiosity. 456. Incuriosity.
457. Attention. 458. Inattention.
459. Care. 460. Neglect.
461. Inquiry. 462. Answer.
463. Experiment. 464. Comparison.
465. Discrimination. 465a. Indiscrimination.
466. Measurement.

III. Materials FOR Reasoning

Degrees of Evidence.
467. Evidence. 468. Counter-evidence.
469. Qualification.

470. Possibility. 471. Impossibility.
472. Probability. 473. Improbability.
474. Certainty. 475. Uncertainty.

4. Reasoning Processes
476. Reasoning. 477. Intuition.
Sophistry.
478. Demonstration. 479. Confutation.

V. Results of Reasoning
480. Judgment. 481. Misjudgment.
482. Over-estimation. 483. Depreciation.
Unbelief.
484. Belief. 485. Doubt.
486. Credulity. 487. Incredulity.
488. Assent. 489. Dissent.
490. Knowledge. 491. Ignorance.
492. Scholar. 493. Ignoramus.
494. Truth. 495. Error.
496. Maxim. 497.Absurdity.

Faculties.
. .
498. Intelligence Wisdom. 499. Imbecility Folly.
500. Sage. 501. Fool.
502. Sanity. 503. Insanity.
504. Madman.



6. Extension of Thought—

1. To the Past

505. Memory. 506. Oblivion.
507. Expectation. 508. Inexpectation.
509. Disappointment.

2. To the Future

510. Foresight.
511. Prediction.
512. Omen.
513. Oracle.


7. Creative thought

514. Supposition.
515. Imagination.



DIVISION II. COMMUNICATION OF IDEAS

I. Nature of Ideas Communicated

516. Meaning. 517. Unmeaningness.
518. Intelligibility. 519. Unintelligibility.
520. Equivocalness.
521. Metaphor.
522. Interpretation. 523. Misinterpretation.
524. Interpreter.

II. Modes of Communication

525. Manifestation. 526. Latency.
527. Information. 528. Concealment.
529. Disclosure. 530. Ambush.
531. Publication.
532. News. 533. Secret.
534. Messenger.
535. Affirmation. 536. Negation.
537. Teaching. 538. Misteaching.
539. Learning.
540. Teacher. 541. Learner.
542. School.
543. Veracity. 544. Falsehood.
545. Deception.
546. Untruth.
547. Dupe. 548. Deceiver.
549. Exaggeration.


III. Means of Communication—

1°. Natural Means

550. Indication.
551. Record. 552. Obliteration.
553. Recorder.
554. Representation. 555. Misrepresentation.
556. Painting.
557. Sculpture.
558. Engraving.
559. Artist.

2°. Conventional Means—

1. Language generally

560. Language.
561. Letter.
562. Word. 563. Neology.
564. Nomenclature. 565. Misnomer.
566. Phrase.
567. Grammar. 568. Solecism.
569. Style.

Qualities of Style.
570. Perspicuity. 571. Obscurity.
572. Conciseness. 573. Diffuseness.
574. Vigour. 575. Feebleness.
576. Plainness. 577. Ornament.
578. Elegance. 579. Inelegance.

2. Spoken Language
580. Voice. 581. Aphony.
582. Speech. 583. Stammering.
584. Loquacity. 585. Taciturnity.
586. Allocution. 587. Response.
588. Interlocution. 589. Soliloquy.

3. Written Language
590. Writing. 591. Printing.
592. Correspondence. 593. Book.
594. Description.
595. Dissertation.
596. Compendium.
597. Poetry. 598. Prose.
599. The Drama.


CLASS 5. VOLITION

DIVISION I. INDIVIDUAL VOLITION

I. Volition in General—

600. Will. 601. Necessity.
602. Willingness. 603. Unwillingness.
604. Resolution. 605. Irresolution.
1°. Acts 606. Obstinacy. 607. Tergiversation.
608. Caprice.
609. Choice. 610. Rejection.
611. Predetermination. 612. Impulse.
613. Habit. 614. Desuetude.


2°. Causes

615. Motive. 616. Dissuasion.
617. Plea.


3°. Objects.

618. Good. 619. Evil.


II. Prospective Volition—
1°. Conceptional

620. Intention. 621. Chance.
622. Pursuit. 623. Avoidance.
624. Relinquishment.
625. Business.
626. Plan.
627. Method.
628. Mid-course. 629. Circuit.
630. Requirement.


1. Actual Subservience. 2°.

Subservience to Ends

631. Instrumentality.
632. Means.
633. Instrument.
634. Substitute.
635. Materials.
636. Store.
637. Provision. 638. Waste.
639. Sufficiency. 640. Insufficiency.
641. Redundance.

2. Degree of Subservience.

642. Importance. 643. Unimportance.
644. Utility. 645. Inutility.
646. Expedience. 647. Inexpedience.
648. Goodness. 649. Badness.
650. Perfection. 651. Imperfection.
652. Cleanness. 653. Uncleanness.
654. Health. 655. Disease.
656. Salubrity. 657. Insalubrity.
658. Improvement. 659. Deterioration.
660. Restoration. 661. Relapse.
662. Remedy. 663. Bane.



3. Contingent Subservience.

664. Safety. 665. Danger.
666. Refuge. 667. Pitfall.
668. Warning.
669. Alarm.
670. Preservation.
671. Escape.
672. Deliverance.

3°. Precursory Measures.
673. Preparation. 674. Non-preparation.
675. Essay.
676. Undertaking.
677. Use. 678. Disuse.
679. Misuse.


3. Action—

1°. Simple

680. Action. 681. Inaction.
682. Activity. 683. Inactivity.
684. Haste. 685. Leisure.
. 686. Exertion. 687. Repose.
688. Fatigue. 689. Refreshment.
690. Agent.
691. Workshop.


2°. Complex

692. Conduct.
693. Direction.
694. Director.
695. Advice.
696. Council.
697. Precept.
698. Skill. 699. Unskilfulness.
700. Proficient. 701. Bungler.
702. Cunning. 703. Artlessness.



4. Antagonism—
1°. Conditional.

704. Difficulty. 705. Facility.

2°. Active
706. Hindrance. 707. Aid.
708. Opposition. 709. Co-operation.
710. Opponent. 711. Auxiliary.
712. Party.
713. Discord. 714. Concord.
715. Defiance.
716. Attack. 717. Defence.
. 718. Retaliation. 719. Resistance.
720. Contention. 721. Peace.
722. Warfare. 723. Pacification.
724. Mediation.
725. Submission.
726. Combatant. 726a. Non-combatant.
727. Arms.
728. Arena.


5. Results of Action

729. Completion. 730. Non-completion.
731. Success. 732. Failure.
733. Trophy.
734. Prosperity. 735. Adversity.
.....................736.Mediocrity.


DIVISION 2. INTERSOCIAL VOLITION

I. General.

737. Authority. 738. Laxity.
739. Severity. 740. Lenity.
741. Command.
742. Disobedience. 743. Obedience.
744. Compulsion.
745. Master. 746. Servant.
747. Sceptre.
748. Freedom. 749. Subjection.
750. Liberation. 751. Restraint.
752. Prison.
753. Keeper. 754. Prisoner.
755. Commission. 756. Abrogation.
757. Resignation.
758. Consignee.
759. Deputy.


II. Special.

760. Permission. 761. Prohibition.
762. Consent.
763. Offer. 764. Refusal.
765. Request. 766. Deprecation.
767. Petitioner.

III. Conditional

768. Promise. 768a. Release.
769. Compact.
770. Conditions.
771. Security.
772. Observance. 773. Non-observance.
774. Compromise.


4. Possessive Relations—

1°. Property in General

775. Acquisition. 776. Loss.
777. Possession. 778. Participation.
779. Possessor.
780. Property.
781. Retention. 782. Relinquishment.

2°. Transfer of Property.

783. Transfer.
784. Giving. 785. Receiving.
786. Apportionment.
787. Lending. 788. Borrowing.
789. Taking. 790. Restitution.
791. Stealing.
792. Thief.
793. Booty.

3°. Interchange of Property
794. Barter.
795. Purchase. 796. Sale.
797. Merchant.
798. Merchandise.
799. Mart.

4°. Monetary Relations
800. Money.
801. Treasurer.
802. Treasury.
803. Wealth. 804. Poverty.
805. Credit. 806. Debt.
807. Payment. 808. Non-payment.
809. Expenditure. 810. Receipt.
811. Accounts.
812. Price. 813. Discount.
814. Dearness. 815. Cheapness.
816. Liberality. 817. Economy.
818. Prodigality. 819. Parsimony.



CLASS 6. AFFECTIONS

I. AFFECTIONS GENERALLY

820. Affections.
821. Feeling.
822. Sensibility. 823. Insensibility.
824. Excitation.
825. Excitability. 826. Inexcitability.


II. PERSONAL

1°. Passive

827. Pleasure. 828. Pain.
829. Pleasurableness. 830. Painfulness.
831. Content. 832. Discontent.
833. Regret.
834. Relief. 835. Aggravation.
836. Cheerfulness. 837. Dejection.
838. Rejoicing. 839. Lamentation.
840. Amusement. 841. Weariness.
842. Wit. 843. Dullness.
844. Humorist.



2°. Discriminative

845. Beauty. 846. Ugliness.
847. Ornament. 848. Blemish.
849. Simplicity.
850. Taste. 851. Vulgarity.
852. Fashion. 853. Ridiculousness.
854. Fop.
855. Affectation.
856. Ridicule.
857. Laughing-stock.


3°. Prospective

858. Hope. 859. Hopelessness.
860. Fear.
861. Courage. 862. Cowardice.
863. Rashness. 864. Caution.
865. Desire. 866. Indifference.
867. Dislike.
868. Fastidiousness.
869. Satiety.


4°. Contemplative

870. Wonder. 871. Expectance.
872. Prodigy.


5°. Extrinsic

873. Repute. 874. Disrepute.
875. Nobility. 876. Commonality.
877. Title.
878. Pride. 879. Humility.
880. Vanity. 881. Modesty.
882. Ostentation.
883. Celebration.
884. Boasting.
885. Insolence. 886. Servility.
887. Blusterer.


III. SYMPATHETIC

1°. Social.

888. Friendship. 889. Enmity.
890. Friend. 891. Enemy.
892. Sociality. 893. Seclusion.
894. Courtesy. 895. Discourtesy.
896. Congratulation.
897. Love. 898. Hate.
899. Favourite.
900. Resentment.
901. Irascibility.
902. Endearment.
903. Marriage. 904. Celibacy.
905. Divorce.


2°. Diffusive
906. Benevolence. 907. Malevolence.
908. Malediction.
909. Threat.
910. Philanthropy. 911. Misanthropy.
912. Benefactor. 913. Evil-doer.

3°. Special.
914. Pity. 914a. Pitilessness
915. Condolence.

4°. Retrospective
916. Gratitude. 917. Ingratitude.
918. Forgiveness. 919. Revenge.
920. Jealousy.
921. Envy.



4. MORAL

1°. Obligations
922. Right. 923. Wrong.
924. Dueness. 925. Undueness.
926. Duty. 927. Exemption. 927aExemption


928. Respect. 929. Disrespect.
930. Contempt.

2°. Sentiments

931. Approbation. 932. Disapprobation
933. Flattery. 934. Detraction.
935. Flatterer. 936. Detractor.
937. Vindication. 938. Accusation.


3°. Conditions

939. Probity. 940. Improbity.
941. Knave.
942. Disinterestedness. 943. Selfishness.
944. Virtue. 945. Vice.
946. Innocence. 947. Guilt.
948. Saint. 949. Sinner.
950. Penitence. 951. Impenitence.
952. Atonement.

4°. Practice
953. Temperance. 954. Intemperance.
955. Asceticism.
956. Fasting. 957. Gluttony.
958. Sobriety. 959. Drunkenness.
960. Purity. 961. Impurity.
962. Libertine.


5°. Institutions
963. Legality. 964. Illegality.
965. Jurisprudence.
966. Tribunal.
967. Judge.
968. Lawyer.
969. Lawsuit.
970. Acquittal. 971. Condemnation.
972. Punishment.
973. Reward. 974. Penalty.
975. Scourge.




5. RELIGIOUS

1°. Superhuman

Beings and Objects
976. Deity.
977. Angel. 978. Satan.
979. Jupiter. 980. Demon.
981. Heaven. 982. Hell.

2°. Doctrines
983. Theology. 984. Heterodoxy.
985. Revelation. 986. Pseudo-revelation.

3°. Sentiments
987. Piety. 988. Irreligion.
989. Impiety.


4°. Acts
990. Worship. 991. Idolatry.
992. Occult Arts.
993. Spell.
994. Sorcerer.

5°. Institutions
995. Churchdom.
996. Clergy. 997. Laity.
998. Rite.
999. Canonicals.
1000. Temple.


Rogets Thesaurus, with Tabular Synopsis of Categories
Penguin Edition 1956
No ISBN



Dr Peter Mark Roget and his Thesaurus
1779 – 1869

When Peter Mark Roget published his first Thesaurus over 150 years ago in 1852, he could not imagine that his work would be used to further research in human
language technologies.

“Now, in his seventies,

he was able to draw on a lifetime’s experience of lecturing, writing and editing to make these lists into a coherent system available for others to use.

It took him four years, longer than he had thought, and required all his organizational skills and the meticulous attention to detail that had characterized his editing work.


The Six Main Classes of Words http://thesaurus.com/Roget-Outline-Top.html

I. WORDS EXPRESSING ABSTRACT RELATIONS http://thesaurus.com/roget/I/

II. WORDS RELATING TO SPACE http://thesaurus.com/roget/II/

III. WORDS RELATING TO MATTER http://thesaurus.com/roget/III/

IV. WORDS RELATING TO THE INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES; FORMATION OF IDEAS http://thesaurus.com/roget/IV/

V. WORDS RELATING TO THE VOLUNTARY POWERS; INDIVIDUAL VOLITION http://thesaurus.com/roget/V/

VI. WORDS RELATING TO THE SENTIMENT AND MORAL POWERS http://thesaurus.com/roget/VI/
 
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Auditor's Toad

Clear as Mud
Control a person's language and you control their thinking.

http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/boroditsky09/boroditsky09_index.html



Well, no wonder some few people around here insist on using cult speak and demand all the rest of us being subjected to the constant reminders of it.

Some can't seem to write a single sentence without cult speak buzz words as they claim it is only truely expressive way to convey what they want us to understand.

This IS a piece of the puzzle.

I will not do cult speak buzz words.
 

Infinite

Troublesome Internet Fringe Dweller
Well, no wonder some few people around here insist on using cult speak and demand all the rest of us being subjected to the constant reminders of it.

Some can't seem to write a single sentence without cult speak buzz words as they claim it is only truely expressive way to convey what they want us to understand.

This IS a piece of the puzzle.

I will not do cult speak buzz words.

Its not for no reason that among the first things a PC learns to reframe is "clear" and "the bank".
 
Well, no wonder some few people around here insist on using cult speak and demand all the rest of us being subjected to the constant reminders of it.

Some can't seem to write a single sentence without cult speak buzz words as they claim it is only truely expressive way to convey what they want us to understand.

This IS a piece of the puzzle.

I will not do cult speak buzz words.

You're so out-ethics and low-toned and 1.1 for invalidating all the theta that thetans theet.

The Anabaptist Jacques
 

Jachs

Gold Meritorious Patron
Some ron terms in ROGET classification gradation bridge


I. EXISTENCE
1°. Abstract 1. Existence. Reality. Co-exist
2. Inexistence. Nullify,
2°. Concrete
3. Substantiality. Being
4. Unsubstantiality stupidity, additive, vanish (as-is)


3°. Formal
Internal.5. Intrinsicality. Peculiarity, endowment
External.6. Extrinsicality.Implanted, instilled

4°. Modal
Absolute.7. State Condition, absolute, , be, do.
. Relative.8. Circumstance.attitude, emergency, conditional.

2. RELATION
9. Relation. Affinity, interest, Rapport, Correlation
10. Irrelation. Disconnection, disassociation
11. Consanguinity, Alliance, near close.

1°. Absolute
12. Reciprocality.Correlation, GIVE & TAKE
13. IDENTITY~ IDENTIFICATION, synonym, homonyn, FACSIMILE
14. Contrariety. Cross purposes, Contra-, Antagonism
15. Difference. MOODS
2°. Continuous
16. Uniformity. AGREEMENT
16a. Non uniformity~irregular
17. Similarity. AFFINITY, AGREEMENT, ASSIMILATE, MOCK, , Rhyme, Pun, Represent(John McMasters)
18. Dissimilarity.Disguise, Alias,
3°. Partial
19. Imitation. MOCK, MIMICRY, Transcription, Plagiarism, False, impersonation,
20. Non-imitation.Original, firsthand.
20a Variation. ABBERATION, DIVERGENCE
21. Copy. FACSIMILE, SYMBOL, IMAGE, SHADOW, PRESENTMENT, Reflex.
22. Prototype.PATTERN, FOUNDING, STANDARDIZE, MANUSCRIPT, STANDARD.

4°. General
23. AGREEMENT~UNDERSTANDING, , adjustment, ASSIMILATE, Render, regulate, Appropriate.
24. Disagreement. Conflict, Inapplicability, intrusion, misjoin, DISCORD, Hostile, Antagonistic, out of tune.


3. QUANTITY
Absolute. Relative.
1°. Simple
25. Quantity.Science of quantity.MAGNITUDE., MASS
26. Degree. GRADE, STANDARD,gradation,sphere, graduate,gradually,bit by bit.
27. Equality. IDENTITY, , MONOTONY, BOREDOM, ALL AS ONE, LEVEL,
28. Inequality.Difference, Superiority, Inferiority
29. Mean.GENERALITY, RULE, ALL THINGS TOGETHER, MIDDLE CLASS, MEDIOCRE
30. Compensation.NULLIFICATION, ,Cross demand, AMEND, DYNAMICS, CANCEL, Make AMENDS,

By comparison with a Standard.
2°. Comparative
31. Greatness. MAGNITUDE, INFINITY, STRETCH, POWER, Volume, MASS, Essential part, Shock, fear, terror, fright, cruel, Devilish.FAME
32. Smallness.Diminutive, Imperceptibility.

By comparison with a similar Object.
33. Superiority. LIONS SHARE, OUT RIVAL, SUPREME, Peculiarity.SUPERLATIVE.
34. Inferiority.Minority, Imperfection,minimum,Subordinate.

Changes in Quantity.
35. Increase. Increment, growth, production,exaggeration,inflate, spread, profit,INTENSification, ADDITION.
36. Decrease.abatement, deterioration, anti-climax(flag)decay, belittle, ATTENUATE, SHRINKAGE, minimize, keep down, Unincreased~decreasing.

Non-addition.
37. Addition. SuperPosition, INTRODUCE, Swell the Ranks.In conjuction with.
38. Subduction.Amputation, deprive, weaken, eliminate,
39. Adjunct.
40. Remainder.SURVIVE

3°. Conjunctive
41. Mixture. ALLOYAGE, COMPOSITE
42. Simpleness. PURIFICATION, ELIMINATE, Narrow down Unsophisticated.
43. Junction. Weld together, COITION, ASSOCIATION, ENTANGLE, DISSOLVABLE
44. Disjunction. ISOLATION,SEPARATE.DISCONNECTION, CHOP UP, CRUNCH, , DISPERSE, INSULARITY, DISSOCIATE,
45. connexion~LINK, BRIDGE OVER
46. Coherence. Cohesion, Inseparable, toughness,tenacious., hold fast.
47. Incoherence.Relaxation, Looseness.
48. Combination.Combine, Mix, Alloy, Blend, ALLY, Impregnate,cement a union, absorb
49. Decomposition.DISPERSE, ANALYZE, Disintegrate
50. Whole. TOTALITY, MASS, BODY,
51. Part. DRIBLETS, DEPARTMENT, DIVISION, fragment.

PURIFICATION RUNDOWN
4°. Concrete
52. Completeness. PERFECTION, SUPPLEMENT, , SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES, Fill, ABUNDANT, through thick and thin.
53. Incompleteness.~Deficient, half measures, missing link, lack, neglect.
54. Composition. Synthesis, consist of, Inclusion, Implicate, drag into, fill up
55. Exclusion. separate, eliminate, elimination.Non admission,
56. Component. Ingredient, integral, enter into, element,
57. Extraneousness.substance, foreign body, foreign element, exceptional,
 
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