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|Posté le: Jeu 23 Nov - 11:43 (2017) Sujet du message: Does an ‘individual’ word have meaning…?
|Every language started primordially (the language equivalent of the 'big bang') with a sound (the first word), then different sounds for the 'parts of speech' that would come to describe that first word. Along with other symbols, signs and gestures, they all became interdependent but the first word was a meaningless sound?
If so ...
If that word was meaningless in its primordial isolation, then is it the same, when they are isolated from the signs, symbols, words and gestures that describe them?
These small packets of meaning only exist because of their interdependence on one another and they are independent of the other words. that describe them?
What does this say about the concepts that rely on these words if each word in isolation is meaningless?
Can concepts ever deliver anything more than the truth?
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