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List of discourses within the Omnidoxy

Discourse types by length
Microdiscourse · Pardiscourse · Hyperdiscourse · Megadiscourse

Discourse types by form or content
Standard · Centrality · Incentrality · Philosophy · Introductory · Conclusatory · Subdiscourse

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A discourse, also referred to as a standard discourse especially in contrast to other types of discourses, is one of the primary textual structures of the Omnidoxy and relates to a piece of writing formed by insentensations. A series of such discourses are organised together to form a disquisition and it is twelve of these disquisitions which, when compiled and organised together, form the Omnidoxy.

Discourses range vastly in length with the four categorisations of discourse length include a microdiscourse, a pardiscourse, a hyperdiscourse, and a megadiscourse. Discourses also hold variety according to their content including the following types: standard, centrality, incentrality, philosophy, introductory, conclusatory, and subdiscourse .

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