The Model of
Neutral-Inclusivity has been published
and continues to be published in two forms:
the (printed) paper Model, a work of 936 pages in
This Language, published in
the year 41 after the Second World War.
The printed paper Model superseded the typescript, which, in turn,
superseded the original manuscript.
(Both the first n and the first i in
neutral-inclusivity are capitalized when
Neutral-Inclusivity is part of a title or name.)
the digital Model, published on the World Wide Web from the
year 50 onwards, as part of InSite, two years later
The digital Model supersedes the paper Model.
Together with the latest versions of the preface, epilogue, figures and
table of contents, the texts in the latest versions of the section files
make up the latest version of the whole Model.
(At the beginning of 68 aSWW one section of
text and twelve figures were not yet available on screen.)
The bibliographical data of the printed paper Model are:
MODEL -- Model of Neutral-Inclusivity
by Vinsent Nandi,
41 years after the Second World War
ISBN 90-9001353-9, 2734K (936p)
With 5-page Table of Contents.
The traditional subject headings in the paper Model were (in alphabetical
In addition to these constituent books, the Model contains a
List of Prose Poems, a
List of Figures, and
Prefatory Notes at the beginning, an
Epilogue at the end and a
Table of Contents.
These general documents are also available in one plain text file (without
Its name is
its size 29 kB.
Like the six plain text files of the books, it may not be up to date,
however, and does not form part of the digital Model.
The work on these books was not supported by any
governmental or private agency, institute or organization,
neither was the author while writing them.
It is precisely because no support by any organization, group or
person with national, military, party-political, class-linked,
commercial, proprietary, traditional or other interests was, or
had to be, solicited that this work has been made possible.
Being written in an interparadigmatic period of denominationalism it is
addressed to the world, or to the learned world, at large; being
inclusivistic it is not addressed to any country, or region of the world,
The special TRINPsite document for
sound files shows a whole list of audiofiles
in which Model texts are being read aloud, all of them in This Language,
one text in
Deze Taal as well.
In addition to these plain texts, TRINPsite offers you the opportunity to
listen to a number of prose poems and songs from the Model.
List of Prose Poems shows by means of speaker
ikons which ones have been
recorded and made accessible for the general public.
In the case of
To Ananda, a poem of millenniums only the
first and the last stanzas have been recorded: the first stanza both in
This Language and in
这种语言 or 'Zhezhong Yuyan',
both as poem and as song (entitled "Ananda/阿戁达"); the last stanza only as
(part of a) poem in This Language.
Even tho all these sound
files are digital files, they are not text files and do not form part of
the digital Model.
The Model of Neutral-Inclusivity was written as a book, or series of books,
to be read from beginning to end, so that any neologism or new meaning
for an old word would either be explained in the section concerned itself
or else have already been explained before -- something that, of course,
applies equally to its ideas and theories. However, since the advent
of the hypertext system on the Internet and elsewhere, it will
often happen that surfers, browsers or readers will get to see or read a
section without having read, let alone studied, any or all the preceding
sections of the same book or of one of the other books of the Model. In
such a case these visitors will come across new words or meanings (and new
ideas or theories) they are not (yet) familiar with. Moreover, which word
or meaning is new will depend on the individual visitor. Therefore, a
document has been added here to the Model branch of the TRINPsite tree of
files with a list of special Model terms
providing direct links to Model texts which should shed (more) light
on the meaning or usage of these terms.
The 290 sections of the Model (inclusive of 5 small divisions which are not
further subdivided) encompass 142 in the Book of Instruments, 104 in the
Book of Fundamentals, and 44 in the Book of Symbols.
58.21.6 all but one of these sections
have been electronically accessible
thru TRINPsite links.
The one section not available online can be found in the paper Model in the
division The Use and Nonuse of Linguistic Symbols in the chapter
The Choice of Words and Names in the Book of
Since 59.24.6, thirteen (with one set of two figures belonging together)
out of the thirty-seven hand-drawn figures (with two sets of two figures)
have been made visible on screen, since 67.52.7 twelve more (again, with
one set of two figures).
At the moment the total Model, with the last section and twelve figures
not yet published here, is still available in print.
One way to read, view or download the texts and figures of the digital
Model of Neutral-Inclusivity is to go to the
Table of Contents and to follow the hypertext links
from book to chapter to division to section.
As every section of the Model has a link to the next section or text, it is
also quite possible, recommendable and commendable, to start with the
first section and proceed from there.
Should you be more familiar with Zhezhong Yuyan than with This Language,
there is a special page entitled
(Fanyi Shuyu de Shuoming) with a list of Model and TRINP terms in
translation, that is, from This Language into Zhezhong Yuyan.
For those more familiar with Deze Taal there are two lists with the
translation of Model terms in both directions.
These lists can be found on the page entitled
This document is the main document for the
M[odel of]N[eutral-]I[nclusivity] branch of the TRINPsite
tree of files. After you have read it you may find
it more convenient to access the major pages linked to via the special
MNI index page.
people will be served by a neutral-inclusive model
to interpret the past and the present
and to build on for the future