Vernaculars for Knowledge

Vernaculars for Knowledge:
I have a whole epistemological vernacular. It is my own argot, but many of the key terms I use are highly loaded and have became a sort of theoretical shorthand. Even as I write this, which was to be an explanation for a new category in my blog “epistemological vernaculars”, I’ve realised that each of my key terms could easily become a brief essay in their own right! Anyway, one facet (that’s one of my shorthand theoretical terms, so stay tuned) of the writing and thinking I’ve been doing around material thought is that in material thinking we each develop our own vernaculars.


Adrian points to an idea that i always run into… my own theoretical shorthand. it is not a private language, but it is not as explained as it should be.