Sunday, November 2, 2014


Language is a means of communication. Without language, all intelligent forms would function independently of each other...and of themselves. Without language, intelligence could not document experience or even think. Therefore there would not be intelligence at all. Assuming perception is not considered a subjective language.

Is the previous argument refutable? Is perception considered a subjective language?

Language is a tool to add meaning to meaningless things. So, if there were no language, would everything be meaningless? Does language require meaning to create meaning?

For example, the definition of language would be meaningless if the words which represented the definition were meaningless themselves. Obviously language is possible or else this would not be written. Since language is possible and requires previous meaning, then there must be original meaning. Either objective or subjective to perception.

Is there an original meaning? What is the ultimate origin of language?

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