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Omnidoxicology

 
Branches

Disquisitional branches
Monodoxicology · Duodoxicology · Tridoxicology · Tetradoxicology · Pentadoxicology · Hexadoxicology · Septidoxicology · Octadoxicology · Nonodoxicology · Decadoxicology · Hendecadoxicology · Dodecadoxicology

Other branches
Omnimeneutics · Omniotics · Preppendology · Appendology

Main elements
Formulation · Antinomy · Authority · Composition · Consistency · Justification · Misquotation · Paratext · Readability · Redaction · Translation · Velitation · Omnidoxic authority · Criticism · Errancy · Fallibility · Inerrancy · Sequency · Coreliance · Epistemicity
Orientations
Manifestationism · Imprecisionism · Omnidoxitrism · Poeticism · Rhapsodicism · Compilationism · Non-compilationism · Definitionalism · Explorationalism · Monauthorialism · Prefigurism
In-text features
Metadiscipline · The Compilation · Disquisition · Discourse · Insentensation · Subsentensation · Insentence · Rubral · Subrubral · Surceasion · The Cosmos in The Universe · Capitalisation · Current Knowledge · Indexment · Indexa · Introductories · Paranotion
Related topics and terms
Omnidoxicologist · Post-omnidoxical · Pre-omnidoxical · Taylorian Omnidoxy · Rubrality · Transmuted Omnidoxy · Vestal Omnidoxy · Furtherafter · Furtherso · Furthestmost · Lattermentioned · Omnimentioned · Singlemost · One world · Mosthigh · Concept · Notion · Theory · Contemplation · Cometanic edition · Post-Cometanic edition

In Omnidoxicology, an insentensation number is the number assigned to an individual insentensation within a discourse of a disquisition and forms the third segment of every standard indexment within the Omnidoxy. The insentensation number signifies the specific sentence that is being referred to as part of any citation.

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