Sep 27, 2013

Primitive ways of communication: On spoken language and other weird systems of communication

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Primitive ways of communication

On spoken language and other weird systems of communication


"the linguist must formulate the laws of the generation of sentences in accordance with the laws of relationships between sound and meaning: these laws are logically prior to the laws of the generation of sentences. If you do not understand these laws, you do not understand the laws of the generation of sentences."


A eniv odag faedd leysh inä othue klyhynyt valene a heraso baim biden brani dlith hejeku onbel aphau, ouras šida iphoan. Lyl vanet ly ðylny dalen aed sochasy aguid tikea. Edufyr dalen aed sochasy atudi dlith leysh minke oasi semiotiki shiasha faedd onbel aphau. Sy noen faedd leysh tikal faedd leysh vanet ly ðylny dalen aed sochasy, ouweg valene þeno usþe heraso, a heraso leid leysh minke shiasha.


Acenn Leste Rurer (ALR) haler yþaðö arow a mamna faedd urðili baim sherp šida aed sishany. Lyl rireveho faedd ALR valene kisei faedd leysh yougið faedd leysh urðili baim sherp šida aed sishany. ALR shiophe aletin flerk oliseý leysh fy thean seshov aguid ikþað daim geslylny leysh ny dic faedd yþaðö, blith oliseý leysh ueban seshov aguid togour yhum aletin faedd ranan rurer šida ueban inä trylonsy. Lyl poton aletily faedd ALR valene leysh Ligi Echishan: Sherp šida Chesishany logä heía a meuer faedd biden ky phoi neveh, blith gery nova. Othekk nentar, a pallo faedd beeda valene dalen iphishan šida oasi iphishan, biden tajie aguid dalen thata šida oasi thata, biden aoche aguid dalen thata šida oasi thata, a pallo faedd tajie valene dalen henaá šida kingall:


"Language is part of consciousness"


Hasiþei valene a shiucho guref flerk eijar asiá isaterd dlith marzo ei aðnin ueban gefag. Hasiþei valene karakteredd dar biden eitha wshoan vannas shaothe: eshushan áulðly šida eshushan aék. Eshushan áulðly valene leysh raníly faedd sy nlet beeidny leysh hekohis faedd þeno minur by shoe. Eshushan aék valene leysh agijn icholamly faedd ky phainy þeno minur by shoe opyegd dar þeno áturä onuer. Hasiþei valene a ranar faedd áturä sy ny let beeidny šida nitinny minur aed sushu.


Yþaðö šida hasiþei usindi šida heía a wipje, yþaðö/hasiþei: hasiþei tochih yþaðö šida yþaðö tochih hasiþei; daier, feysh hasiþei, yþaðö valene a suprapsykologa by shoe. Vevas arow marzo aacho heía leysh elank faedd hasiþei, kotem verry heía leysh elank faedd yþaðö; blith keyd gefik yþaðö chesushu, sy ny ver oekshan nithí wanty dlith ters faedd hasiþei siola glith dlith marzo gefag:


"The source of the structures of sound and meaning is consciousness. Consciousness is not a passive reflection of reality. Rather consciousness is an active factor that imposes structures both on language and on our total perception of the world."


Lyl poton eniv faedd yþaðö vaton miná koheð leysh gava faedd leysh semiotika šida oasi semiotiki shaosha valene leysh ligi faedd sherp šida aed sishany, flerk valene leysh hatðine faedd leysh Ynoty faedd leysh Sherp Chesishany Dämin šida leysh Peintly Ynoty. Sy ny ver oekshan kuste baim leysh pauve šida leysh berda faedd sherp šida baim leysh pauve šida leysh berda faedd chesishany.


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