Meaning

March 28, 2014 at 11:55 pm Leave a comment

The primary derivation of meaning is the medium in which it is expressed.

 

That is, language forms the word, and the word shapes the sentence.  Language forms and shapes reality so that truths are obvious to us; the king is obviously clothed.  And the words of his servitors are obviously truths.

 

More than that, the search for truth, then, is traitorous and should be punished.

 

Fortunately, our president’s haircut is already popular, so no enforcement is necessary.  He can even laugh at himself, something apparently outlawed in North Korea.

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