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 […]

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 […]