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logology

- The pursuit of word puzzles; also the science of words.
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logology

the pursuit of word puzzles or puzzling words. — logologist, n.
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Asterisked (*) items have been mentioned earlier in this article, and aren't new to the world of logology.
Burke, Kenneth 1961 The rhetoric of religion: Studies in logology.
7) Kenneth Burke, The Rhetoric of Religion: Studies in Logology (Boston: Beacon Press, 1961), 8.
Vogler, "Eighteenth-Century Logology and the Book of Job," Religion & Literature 20: 3 (Autumn 1988): 26.
Admittedly, Burkean scholars will reason that there is no amount of information, pontification, or gratitude that is considered too much to read in considering the dynamics of logology and the tragicomic, but for most others a more cursory reading of these ideas in chapters 2 and 3 can yield sufficient fluency in the arguments Hatch forwards.
Using the concepts of telos and logology garnered from Kenneth Burke enables the rhetorical logic of anti-Semitism to unfold and become subject to disruption.
James Macklin uses terms from Burke's logology in analyzing Augustine and the Catholic Mass in "A Trinitarian Logology.
The Rhetoric of Religion: Studies in Logology (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1961).
Other descriptions of a pattern of ascent in the Confessions include: Kenneth Burke, The Rhetoric of Religion: Studies in Logology (Berkeley, 1970), 123-24 and 141-57; R.
BURKE, Kenneth 1961 The Rethoric of Religion: Studies in Logology.
Though it was Borgmann who jump-started my interest in logology, it was Ross who helped keep it running it over the following decades, with both encouragement and the provision of an outlet for my many articles.
WORD)x(WAYS) = LOGOLOGY Solve this one in bases 15 and 16.