Monday, October 27, 2014


One intelligence is 1000 kilograms, while another is 10 kilograms. One perceives small as 100 kilograms, while the other perceives 100 kilograms as large. Small is not equal to large. This is an example of subjective disagreement due to lack of relativity.

Does language with the presence of description require relativity in order to be meaningful? Or does it depend on context? If everyone is 100 kilograms, does relativity matter when it comes to the casual conversation of mass?

An example of an objective form of description is "x is 10 kilograms". Assuming any description can be expressed in objective rather than subjective form, and subjective description requires the coexistence of relativity in various situations.

Why does description in subjective form exist? Is the expression of the objective form of description more efficient than the expression of the subjective form? If so, does the subjective form of description have a purpose in language expression?

Is there a function for the optimal proportion of subjective to objective description in a society given various parameters? What are the parameters?

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