On Looking Up a Concept’s Name and a Neologism for Adapting One’s Notions of a Concept onto Previously Established Theory, Terminology, and Conventions for that Concept

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Most of the concepts we conceive have been conceived by many before us. With regards to academia and industry, these concepts have almost certainly been thoroughly fleshed out as theories with their own domain-specific terminology and conventions. When conducting research, it is always in our best interest to take advantage of prior research developments, and, … Continue reading On Looking Up a Concept’s Name and a Neologism for Adapting One’s Notions of a Concept onto Previously Established Theory, Terminology, and Conventions for that Concept