>>9916723>for example, if i'm correct in an argument, and I'm thinking about sex; I'm wrong. Even if my entire argument is correct and worthy of nobel prize for its syntax and syntagm. But if I am wrong in an argument, conversely, and I am thinking of the Egyptian Art at the Metropolitan Museum, people listen and agree to everything I have to say.
This is so true it's mind boggling. It's like people can't piece together that the two subjects aren't really all that dissimilar. I think this is about perception and the subject matter. They think because they know a lot about one they are better than you, but when you tell them about something like Egypt they get intimidated and suddenly don't want to converse. Not really realizing they are offending you. >Linguistics cover phonetics and pragmatism in a very detailed way, all the way up to telepathy,
So true, telepathy can even happen with a simple head gesture, eye contact, or even a smile. Being able to telepathically understand someone is something beautiful. Indeed I also think this can happen in a conversation. Perhaps sometimes we say something thinking the person is going to catch the deeper meaning and they don't. > but it is really annoying to be told that language is limiting only because I'm not thinking the right thoughts.
Absolutely, once again we're going back to how definitions evolve.
I can't count the number of times I'll use a word and this has happened to me.Your fortune: Excellent Luck