TERMS
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Words and phrases as specific definitions, created for and commonly used in the concepts contained in the Lexicon Lexloci.

ACTIVITY & BEHAVIOR

Activity is represented as general and specific events as movement, wherein behavior is defined as patterns of change and transformation.

ANY GIVEN

Term describing a state of qualities & conditions, as same or similar in any time or place.

CHANGE

The conditions of change are pre-existent states, activity and behavior as transformation and destruction, and results and products as changed states.

CONCEPT

The term concept is defined as the creation of definitions which describe inherent ramifications, as the type of experience and consequences which are innate to a given circumstance.

CONDUCT

Represents human activity and behavior in terms of the use of volition.

CONSTITUTION

The structure, composition and dynamic of any given state, entity, phenomenon or event.

CONTEXT

Context is the way a situation or circumstance is organized, as the particular relationship of the elements, which causes or explains affects upon subjects, contained within the circumstance.

HUMAN SENSORY APPARATUS

The sensory capability of the five senses as the registration of sensation, exterior or interior to the body, as the same or similar for everyone; and every capability of the human mind, as any kind of extra sensory stimulation, and every facility of the human memory, which is not necessarily the same or similar for everyone.

PHENOMENON, ENTITY OR EVENT

Term for every quality & condition as extra or ordinary sensory perception, as stimulation from the natural or human created realities.

PRE-EXISTENCE

Any aspect of the Given Existence which proceeds human created qualities and conditions.

PRE-EXISTENT STATE

Term for qualities & conditions that pre-exist or proceed change as transformation or destruction.

PRESENT STATE OR CIRCUMSTANCE

The sensory experience of the present moment as now, of any given individual in any time or place, as the human experience of some aspect of the natural or human created realities.

QUALITIES & CONDITIONS

Qualities represent the properties and compositions of any given element or state, while conditions represent the relationships or changes occurring in any given state or circumstance.

RESULTS & PRODUCTS

Represents any phenomenon, entity or event as a state of qualities & conditions, produced from the activity & behavior of change, either as natural, or human created.

STATE

Represents the composition and relationship of any or all elements as a specific place, condition or circumstance, either static or in transformation.

STATES AND ENTITIES

Any given element or condition as a singular entity.

TANDEM /W (Tandem Concept)

Concepts which are further explained, by a comparative definition as a similar or opposed conceptual characterization.

TANDEM STATES CHANGED

Same state which proceeds and follows transformation or destruction, but as changed.

TRANSFORMATION & DESTRUCTION

Represents activity & behavior as change, in which any or all elements of any given pre-existent state, are transformed or destroyed.

VALUE AND CONSEQUENCE

Value represents sensory descriptive attributes wherein consequence represents the affect of a state or entity and determines how the subject is treated.

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