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Discussion of "sezbarkle"

Comment #1: Choice of veljvo
Curtis W Franks (Thu Feb 4 06:45:52 2016)

I am not sure that "self-exterior" is the right idea, but "self-limiting"
(referring to limit points) was too hard.

Especially given this choice and their mutually complementary nature,
although it also has merits on its own (but also the same flaw as this
choice), perhaps sezrurkle should be seznerkle.

I am also not sure that I am using "-sez-" properly. It seems almost
malglico, especially given the "ego/self-image" aspects of the word and the
self-referential nature of my usage of it here (whereas sezvi seems not
to be self-referential but talking about the concept of a self).

Comment #2: Choice of veljvo
Curtis W Franks (Thu Feb 4 06:45:54 2016)

I am not sure that "self-exterior" is the right idea, but "self-limiting"
(referring to limit points) was too hard.

Especially given this choice and their mutually complementary nature,
although it also has merits on its own (but also the same flaw as this
choice), perhaps sezrurkle should be seznerkle.

I am also not sure that I am using "-sez-" properly. It seems almost
malglico, especially given the "ego/self-image" aspects of the word and the
self-referential nature of my usage of it here (whereas sezvi seems not
to be self-referential but talking about the concept of a self).

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