Robert J. Bradbury wrote:
> You could say the same about language -- even isolated
> deaf/mute people will "invent" a language to communicate
What form does the 'language' of an isolated deaf/mute person take? If it's gestures/noises that correspond to objects I would suggest that it serves the same purpose as counting fingers or sketching out ideas, rather than an attempt at communication (since there's no one to communicate with).