A term used as a measure of how well an entity can comprehend information and concepts, by how 'big' a thing they can 'get their head around'.
Higher S entities can contain, consciously, far larger sets of information and concepts at once then lower S entities, giving them the ability to discern connection and gain insights that lower S entities, able to see only fragments of the whole at once, cannot achieve.

It might be used in conversation as follows:

  • "The headaround of that is too much for me."
  • "His headaround should easily be up to it."
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Text by Tony Jones
Initially published on 17 May 2004.