Saturday, July 29, 2006


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crappy, I'm sorry, but your statement is vague and extremely unclear, so I'm having a hard time formulating any kind of a cogent response. I will say that language is an evolved method of communication. Of itself, language generates nothing. Language is a method of communication. In the absence of life, language is not only nonexistent, but a misnomer. Thanks for your comment.


Blogger crappy said...

All philosophy remains in the mind. It aspires to connect with a reality beyond itself. Language DOES generate something. Language creates hopes: "I love you". The absence of life is only conceivable through language. I'm sure that this doesn't clear up anything.

4:18 PM  
Blogger David E. Patton said...

I love it when people combind both words and art. I have tryed it and faill to find something that I liked. You did a good job here.

5:09 PM  

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