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T.P 7/9 :"L.I.N.G.U.A.E" Disponible en 4k : Welcome to this 7th opus We would like to deviate from our habits, to make a detour in our research to talk about an intrinsic characteristic of the Human being; the evolved language and its capacity to exchange through the times, the ages, the arts; the basis of the transmission of Knowledge. This universality that we touch on through our linguistics, this incredible "power" that we all possess thanks to our so-called mother tongue, why not have a universal language, you might ask? Why have we complicated our exchanges with so many dialects and regional, national languages? .... Didn't we all dream one day of being able to speak all the languages of the world...? Let's focus on "1984" by Georges Orwell and his "novlangue", a formidable example, if there is one, of the importance and power of a lexical field that is shrinking year by year through his dictionary. The reduction of the lexical field leads to a reduction in the ability to express what one feels. Our ideas can only be realized - and in fact exchanged - with others under the unique condition of having similar words, symbols, "codes" to make us understand others and interact in an adapted, equivalent way. The richness of a lexical field is an incomparable intrinsic value, it allows, among other things, the fluidity of colossal exchanges within our reasoning. The poverty of a vocabulary and thus of its global comprehension will inevitably be limiting in terms of intellect, reflections and thus interactions with one's social environment. Thus, the abundance of a mode of expression allows an intellectual elevation by "association" (painting - sculpture - literature - philosophy - theater...etc), Latin for example teaches us the etymology of Western languages, its knowledge "upgrades" our level of knowledge to another level of understanding, we should all be "Initiates"... Let's take a more modern example by making a simple parallel between English and French. In English, where a single word can have several meanings (without any written differentiation necessary), the interpretation will be left here to the meaning that the word will take among the sentences, then to the reader to deduce the meaning according to the context. In French, this is subtle, complex, because the lexical field is immense. It is a treasure that makes it so difficult to conjugate and learn for those who did not grow up with it. Within this language an idea will have the potential to express itself in an always opulent number, allowing it to manifest itself freely, and above all to impose the intelligibility of interactions, exchanges and reflections in a group. A dynamic was born here, that of eloquence. Let's come back to this "novlanguage", the idea being to reduce the lexical field by "merging" 2 synonyms or 2 ideas, or even several ideas in a single word, which will have to express all the possibilities at the same time, by removing nuances from the outset and definitively. Why bother, you may ask? cf: "[...] the Ministry of War became the Ministry of the Armed Forces, then the Ministry of Defense[...]". This example demonstrates the danger of amalgamation in the process. This example demonstrates the danger of amalgamation among the process. The result is the same problem that we are beginning to see in our civilization; we are becoming more and more stupid, slowly and gently we are sinking into the absurd because "we have to laugh" you will tell me, but apparently this is too much, we are told... It is obvious that deficiencies in writing as well as in language inevitably lead to a certain "lightness", automatically if "what goes through our minds" cannot be both externalized and understood by others, then it is as if this idea had never existed. We find here the idea of intellectual destruction by "lexical sequestration" thus reducing the potential of thought, as well as that inherent in curiosity, being able to freely ask oneself all the questions one wants, this subject directly touches freedom of expression, linguistic rhizomes are present everywhere, hence their "weight" in terms of manipulation of the masses. So, for all morals, I urge you to write nice letters to your friends and family (our spouses will surely appreciate) who still knows what an epistolary correspondence is.... By the way, we could have fun with the writing of others, this last one is a "signature", a translation of our potentials being directly linked to the cerebral region governing speech, a "remarkable" writing will probably be very aesthetic, and without mistakes, please, for Master Capelo and for the sake of coherence. A last word concerning translations through time, let's simply try to put our convictions into perspective because it seems important not to forget that an error repeated 5000 times does not make it more accurate... J&Lux A.V.P.9 ***Researchers and environmental analysts, our work focuses mainly on the dynamics of natural fluids and their potential for action as well as the systems of adaptation and evolution of species, the artistic aspect of this project being only a "Bonus". Soutenez les profondeurs (Support the depths) : J&Lux A.V.P.9 #research - #development - #creation

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