Concision is the discipline to be concise in written and verbal communication. It is nothing more. It is not censorship. It is not gatekeeping.
- added as a comment - - - Healthy CONCISION is a strength to any culture. Long winded expressions dilute vitality, and cost us time. But there is a dark version too: everyday business goes awry by mis-understanding, and terms of agreement can be too complex OR TOO BRIEF. This hurts by unexpected or missed commitments and resulting disappointment and animosity; this is made worse by time pressures, debts, feuds, and other troubles. The classic "scam contract" contains obligations hidden by "CONCISION", and/or "PROFUSION" (lots of words) not quickly understood by a distracted mind. Even the bible warns "...beware of the concision ..." (part of Philippians 2:3 KJV, although this quote is not full context and not commonly taught application/interpretation)
"Texting" among mobile devices is a recent influence in our global community, which has brought an increase of dysfunctional concision. Not to lose any sleep vexed about the world (unless that's your calling); just be wise yourself and help anyone you can; we might need them someday.
How not to do it
>> When increasing concision ... it increases the effectiveness of communication by making it more efficient <<<
- How about this for an opening sentence replacing the current two: "Concision is the use of few words to convey an idea without omitting important information." Anyway brevity is a different thing. It is use of few words, no matter how much important information is obscured. And redundancy is not the only alternative to concision. Colin McLarty (talk) 15:11, 1 September 2014 (UTC)