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Symbolom

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The term symbolom, introduced by Dr. Andrej Poleev, circumscribes a complete set of memorized symbols, signs, letters, numeral characters, and other basic elements of any particular language system, used by individuum to create more or less coherent speech and notion flow inevitable for self-expression and in social communication. The symbolom is an integral part of more common set of visual, acoustic, tactile or other perceptive and self-perceptive forms of representation, underlying the psychic function of the brain, and allowing the generation of consciousness, meaning, notions and will.

Reference: Andrej Poleev. Octology, 2010, 73 pages, ISBN 9781007171184.