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…the term readability didn't have a scientific provenance when Luckiesh and Moss appropriated it.
Gray & Leary used the term “Readability” in their 1935 study “What Makes a Book Readable”
Your adamant claim that readability is in principle not subject to measurement is, then, an immunizing strategy which in effect sets you up as the autocrat of readability—the “typocrat”.
I didn't use the word "neoculture"