epagogic

epagogic

(ˌɛpəˈɡɒɡɪk)
adj
(Logic) relating to inductive reasoning
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In Ruffato's vocabulary there occur words, phrases, and passages not easily assimilated - "endofasia," "morphosyntactic figures," "conflictuality," "free pregnancy," "common language and dialects adopted as epagogic of poetry" - and critical formulations worthy of a "new manifesto" such as the following: "In the complex reshaping of both speakers and writers, this reduction allows a countervailing push toward selection, thus motivating a modification of the dialect in a sort of elitist language of culture as, above all, a tank of courtesy and elegance which is very fertile soil for poetry."