atymes at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 17:52:57 UTC 2014
Doesn't the second fundamentally stem from the first? Separating the two
would seem to lead to a decline in practical use of the second, as people
coopt and adopt the first to the second's ostensible purpose.
The street don't care for ideals that get in the way of day to day use.
On Sat, Apr 26, 2014 at 8:22 AM, William Flynn Wallace
<foozler83 at gmail.com>wrote:
> In my far future book the people use two languages: one is extremely
> objective - no synonyms, no homonyms, nothing to confuse - designed for
> conveying strictly factual information with little to no room for
> misunderstanding. The second language is meant for nuance: prose and
> poetry, puns and word play, rich in adjectives and adverbs, etc.
> Aside from mathematics and computer languages, what more is needed?
> bill wallace
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