your post really explains a lot of things i've wondered for a while. it also makes me feel things are much worse than i thought originally too. two big questions i've gained are as followed
1. aren't more and more "normal" people speaking similarly to alogia? i thought they were just stupid previously, but now i'm wondering if it can be learned through regressive behavior patterns. if you don't use skills then they slide backwards. that would imply more "normal" people are sliding towards schizophrenia as they drool watching television all day sucking down bottles of pills. is this how idiocracy happens?
2. it says they're unable to organize and communicate their thoughts. is that really the case? it seems more like they don't really have any thought. words are just a simple method to manipulate and convey thought. it says they have difficulty formulating thought. a bunch of scattered sand is just scattered sand. it's only a sand castle(thought) when you build(formulate) it. communicating the thought so others can understand it is difficult but being unable to build it is distinctly its own problem. it could technically be put under "unable to organize" but that also applies to semantic structure like grammar. this seems to go into prescriptive grammarian bullshit.
it makes me feel uncomfortable to think others can't think.