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Group Gescon

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Group-research. The redaction of the Dictionary of Conscientiotherapeuticology followed the principle of Group-researchology, proposed by Waldo Vieira in the Dictionary of Arguments of Conscientiology (page 1270). According to the author, group research is more relevant when compared to isolated self-research and, he adds, being the union of similar parabrains, and converging to the same megafocus, capable of expanding research hyperacuity, serendipity and the reach of priority neoverpons.

Consensus. The verbets are the results of the work of several hands, parahands, and, above all, multiple mentalsomas. The conscientiographic materialization of the debates, ideas, and experiences of all team researchers is, in such a way, the source of the consensual contents of the OIC volunteers, conscientiotherapists and pre-conscientiotherapists. There were 430 working meetings in person and online, in addition to the thousands of hours spent individually by the members of the lexicographic team.

Glossary. The first essays for the writing of the Lexicon began in 2015 after the OIC's Communication sector demanded from the Paracientific area definitions about fundamental terms of conscientiotherapy, such as the modalities of conscientiotherapeutic attendance. The difficulty in finding consensual sources for such common expressions among conscientiotherapists was an undeniable fact, indicating the need to develop, at first, a specialized glossary.

Lexicon. t took only a few months from the initial proposal of the Glossary to the decision to write a terminological dictionary. Fortuitously, in the meantime, in January 2016, the Center for Advanced Studies in Conscientiology (CEAEC) promoted the second class of the course How to Produce Dictionaries, an activity promoting invaluable lexicographical orientations for the first steps of the organization of the work.

Milestones. On 21 February 2016, discussions began among the OIC team about the definitions of the terms to be included in the work. From that date onwards, the group work meetings started to be held monthly and lasted for two hours and thirty minutes. On April 21st, 2018, the first activity of the Conscientiotherapist Improvement Program (PAC) based on the Dictionary's research was carried out, and, in June of the same year, the pioneer team of definers started to meet weekly at the Holocycle to carry out researches on the local collection and the participants' debates about the pre-definitions, implementing, from then on, a faster rhythm to the production of the gescon.

Teaminology. With the advancement of research and the inherent needs of each phase of lexicographical production, working groups were formed, and gathered according to availability, affinity and individual expertise. Thus, the 54 collaborators of the work have acted in one or more of the 10 technical teams listed below, in alphanumeric order:
01. Exhaustive Specific Bibliography Team.
02. Specialties Team.
03. Filmography Team.

04. Language Team.
05. Index Team.
06. Organization Team.
07. Revision Team.
08. Information Technology Team.
09. Verbetography Team.
10. Online Dictionary Team.

Fundamentals. Between the years 2016 and 2019, during more than a hundred technical meetings, initial consensus was established and definitions of the fundamental terms of conscientiotherapy were discussed. At the end of this phase, the work had the sections Entry, Definology, Specialty, Synonymology, Colloquiology, Multilingual Neology, Remissiology and Reference Works.

Pandemic. Surprisingly, the social distancing required by the covid-19 pandemic, added to the popularization of virtual meeting tools, collaborated to the increased participation and dedication of volunteers to the project, especially non-residents in Foz do Iguaçu. Between March 2020 and December 2021, more than 200 virtual technical meetings, with 3 to 4 weekly meetings, involving all the volunteers of the institution, in addition to the expert collaborators from the 4 language teams.

Neosection. At this stage, gescon evolved to the format presented, acquiring greater consistency with the inclusion of an analytical argumentation section, called Consciencioterapeuticology.

Publicity. The planning and general structure of gescon were first presented to the International Conscientiological Cosmoethical Community (CCCI) at the III Paracientific Week of the CEAEC in July 2016. In September of the same year, the Project of the Multilingual Terminological Dictionary of Conscientiotherapy was published in the journal Conscientiotherapia by Haymann & Medeiros (2016).

Definitions. Two years later, in 2018, during the V Parascientific Week, the status of the work was presented and an experiment was carried out with those present applying the technique adopted for the definition of terms in a group, which was subsequently published as an abstract in the journal Conscientia dedicated to the event with the title Laboratory of Conscientiotherapeutic Definitions.

Specialities. Still in the same year, in September, Haymann (2018) published the article Subspecialties of Conscientiotherapeuticology in the Context of the Terminological Multilingual Dictionary of Conscientiotherapy in the journal Conscientiotherapia, to substantiate the use of the conscientiotherapeutic specialties adopted in the work. In July of 2022, as part of the IX Paracientific Week, the author presented the topic "Specialties of Conscientiotherapeuticology" at the CEAEC's Morning Tertulia with the final version of the synoptic table of the paracientific fields adopted in the work.

Conscientiotherapia. Since the beginning of the enterprise, it has sought to publish the group consensus. To this end, in the 2016 edition, the editorial team of the Conscientiotherapia journal created a specific section of the journal called Conscientiotherapeutic Terminology. Since then, in each volume of the journal, materials produced in the period by the DC team are published.

Online. To facilitate group production, the Technological Interassistance Commission (CIT) of UNICIN created for the Dictionary a wiki-type web page, at first only for internal use. However, at the beginning of 2018, due to the demand of the researchers from the Conscientiological Cosmoethical International Community (CCCI), and to expand the publicity of the enterprise, public access was given to the page, from then on, linked to the institutional website of the OIC.

Pharmacopeia. The maturing of group research has enabled the start of the Conscientiotherapeutic Pharmacopeia in the second half of 2019, an activity based on verbets from the Dictionary of Conscientiotherapeuticology made available to the public. In the form of an open debate among conscientiotherapists, online and free of charge, with the main objective of providing those interested with knowledge and tools for the practical development of self-conscientiotherapy, the Pharmacopeia has become part of the regular schedule of the OIC.

Paratechnology. Taking into account the Conscientiotherapeutic Terminography, to overcome the numerous challenges of maintaining the verponological, harmonic and inter-deintrusion holothosene, as well as to qualify the group geschonographic work, here are the 54 techniques of the applied Group Conscientiotherapeuticography, arranged in the following alphanumeric order:
01. Technique of the self-conscientiotherapeuticography.
02. Technique of the exhaustive specific bibliography (BEE).
03. Technique of the active search for opinions of CCCI experts.
04. Technique of verbetographic template of the specialty.
05. Technique of circular conscientiography.
06. Technique of consulting veteran conscientiotherapists.
07. Technique of multilingual neologic creation.
08. Technique of the cosmoethical defence of the neoidea in the group.
09. Technique of the terminological definition.
10. Technique of the fraternal ideational divergence.
11. Technique of ordering a specific verbet for the specialist volunteer.
12. Technique of the writing inspired by the extraphysical co-therapist.
13. Technique of the avoidance of reunionitis.
14. Technique of avoiding criticism ad hominem.
15. Technique of avoiding hyper-revisions.
16. Technique of avoiding ideational conservatism.
17. Technique of avoiding language parasites.
18. Technique of the open presentation of conscientiotherapeutic practices.
19. Technique of conscientiotherapeutic filmography.
20. Technique of the formation of specialized teams by thematic affinity.
21. Technique of constructive heterocriticism.

22. Technique of consciential hygiene in the approaches to nosographic themes.
23. Technique of the inclusion of heteroideia in the personal text.
24. Technique of the inclusion of the self-conscientiotherapist's perspective in the text.
25. Technique of the inclusion of the conscientiotherapist's 
perspective in the text.
26. Tehnique of the inclusion of the evolutient's perspective in the text.
27. Technique of including all volunteers in the work.
28. Technique of the universalistic inclusion of other languages in the work.
29. Technique of the conscientiotherapeuticographic legacyology.
30. Technique of the multimodal interconsciential patience.
31. Technique of continuous parapedagogy in conscientiographology.
32. Technique of research in specialized dictionaries.
33. Technique of the publication of neoterms in the Conscientiotherapia journal.
34. Technique of progressive online publication of the neoterms.
35. Technique of prescriptionological remissiology.
36. Technique of retribution for conscientiotherapeutic assistance received.
37. Technique of group conscientiographic review.
38. Technique of reviewing and updating pre-existing concepts.
39. Technique of reviewing in paraclinical meetings.
40. Technique of the most exact synonymy possible.
41. Technique of the agile overcoming of self-frustrations.
42. Technique of group terminography.
43. Technique of terminography oriented by facts and parafacts.
44. Technique of the valorization of the self-conscientiotherapeutic experiences.
45. Technique of the valorization of the heteroconscientiotherapeutic experiences.
46. Technique of valorization of hetero strongtrait.
47. Technique of the co-existential experience of the binomial admiration-disagreement.
48. Technique of meetings open to all volunteers.
49. Technique of giving up the ideas rejected by the reviewers.
50. Technique of non-reactive acceptance of heterocriticism.
51. Technique of the debate on the conscientiotherapeutic definition.
52. Technique of the public debate of neoverbet in the Conscientiotherapeutic Pharmacopeia.
53. Technique of the interdeintrusion for interassistantial teamin members.
54. Technique of the continued investment in the technical leveling of the teamin.

Perspective. The OIC team intends to expand this work through the continuous production of neoverbets and the launching of new updated editions in the future. This is in line with the institutional mission and is an important initiative, especially due to the constant evolution of the Parascience Conscientiotherapeuticology and the development of the conscientiological neoverpons.

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