Thumos Paragraph Identifiers (TPI’s) are hashtags used to identify paragraphs in the book, Thumos – Adulthood, Love & Collaboration: The Book of Thumos – Onboarding for Humanity, which is written by Mark Canny and Nickantony Quach and first published in 2017. For more information about this book, go to its homepage at Ri4C.com/Book701.
The name of each TPI hashtag begins with the prefix word, thumos, and ends with a four-character paragraph ID.
- The first character is the digit 1, which means, the first volume. As of this writing, there is one and only one volume.
- The second character is a “digit” identifying the chapter with two minor exceptions. First, the digit zero means a unit before Chapter 1. Second, digit X means Chapter 10, which is the last chapter in The Book of Thumos.
- The last two characters may be a value between “01” and “ZZ”, where 1Z is less than 20 and 29 is less than 2A.
In practice, however, each paragraph number begins with a letter, not a digit. For example, the first two paragraphs in Chapter 3 are identified by the hashtags #thumos13A4 and #thumos13A8. In this way, these two TPI’s can still be preserved even if three new paragraphs were later inserted in between.