On Wednesday, April 17, 2013 3:08:55 AM UTC-4, stathisp wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 1:42 PM, Craig Weinberg
> > Think of psychology as being like a language. To tie a language purely
> > evolution would be misleading. People do not speak French because the
> > climate of France or the architecture of the cities compels them to.
> > in Quebec do not speak French because there is some geographic
> > which is manifested that way as an emergent property. Instead, language
> > a completely different propagation, one which has some geographical
> > but the more scientific study of language looks at etymology and history
> > to influential contributors like Shakespeare. Language is not driven by
> > public bodies, which have their own history aside from the one we share,
> > by private experiences.
> But language is tied to evolution, since we have evolved the ability
> to speak, with large parts of the brain dedicated to this function.
Parrots can speak too.
> The particular language we speak ultimately depends on what random
> proto-language sounds came out and were associated with objects and
Onomatopoeia is not random. Language is the opposite of random sounds, it
is using sound intentionally to communicate feeling, thought, practical
execution, etc. Randomness is a myth.
> Stathis Papaioannou
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