the opposite of mechanisation and organicanisation?

I talked to a few people about non non-mechanisation – ie organicanisation.
It seems interesting that a few, unrelated nor linked, people said that there are mechanical elements in the organic. I think the similarity is when organic processes become mecvhanically looking.. eg the way my hands move during typing..
However, the way my hands evolved, and in many ways because of their organic rather than mechnic material, are still in evolutionary rather then developmental process – I think that process and the Being in the process of evolution – makes both materials and their ability to evolve, perhaps not the complete opposite but an opposite of mechanic processes?

the non and un of organicanisation?

Lets take a word.
Not a very used word, probably a “could be” word – organicanisation – how is it?
How is the search of the word?
Is it not a collection of sounds that, because of its links with other meanings associated sounds, is in a constant search for meanings that will always evolve – even if it’ll have one..?