* Language can form anything

relocated to: https://jrfibonacci.wordpress.com/2012/03/17/language-can-form-anything-the-new-realm-of-possibility-or-kingdom-of-heaven/

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2 Responses to “* Language can form anything”

  1. jrfibonacci Says:

    Eileen Workman wrote:

    I like where you’re going with this. I also perceive that language as presently constructed sets up “artificial” dualities. Nouns and verbs, for example. I’ve yet to meet a noun that wasn’t “verbing” in some fashion – even if that fashion was simply “to be.” And I’ve never seen a verb “verbing” unless it was acting through and upon a noun. In short… See More, we’ve parsed the flow for our convenience of understanding, then wonder why we have such difficulty understanding that every “particle” is also a wave movement.

    The dance of life can’t be removed from the “things” of life itself without running the risk of eliminating half of reality. Creation is a noun-verb…

  2. jrfibonacci Says:

    JR replies to Eileen:

    I like the gerunds: creatING, laughING, rainING, livING and so on. Those are happenings: both process and event simultaneously. Verb-forms used as nouns are called gerunds (gerundING?).

    It’s not that life happens. It’s that living happens.

    Within living, languaging happens (declaring “things” into “being”). Some of the “things” may be “you” or “I” or “not me” or “God” or “the economy” or “the USA.” All of those “things” are linguistic activity, codes, waveforms being formed into particulars… by the process of language (not by any “one” in particular).

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