RE: Posthuman Language

From: Emlyn O'regan (
Date: Wed Nov 28 2001 - 23:51:49 MST

Andrew Clough wrote:
> If we are dealing with a posthuman language we can posit exceptional
> language learning abilities. This means that we can neglect
> the simplicity
> of the language entirely, and possibly flexibility too, since
> new languages
> could be learned and used for different situations. I can
> see posthumans
> having a language for spatial relations/physics/math, another
> for social
> relationships, maybe another for statistical relationships,
> and a general,
> flexible one.

And all of them will be ISO standard XML implementations.



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