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January 08, 2007


robert angus

Back to 'that' and 'cognoscible'. If signifying a difference in formality or style, thus operating in the arena of social meaning where solidarity and inclusion, or identity and exclusion are at stake, is part of our meaning when we choose the lexical items and grammar with which we speak / that we speak with (case in point), the difference is not insignificant. Implicit in this response is that reducing the semiotic scope to lexical entries shaded by emotional intensity, etc., does not encompass the full picture.


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