Monday, 5 May 2014

Logophile - Lover of Words

Logophile is Greek for partner of words (subsequently the url) and is made out of the root logos and the addition -phile. Rich in significance, the idea of logos was characterized by old Greek logicians as the guideline of widespread reason. This rule was produced by Christians and deified in the Gospel of John as the Word of God. The postfix -phile indicates affection for or adoration of. It is identified with the prefix philo- in philosophos, the darling of intelligence.

In short, this site communicates my adoration for intelligence and words. What's more wit.