[percy-l] language theory

Ken Armstrong armstron at ohiou.edu
Sat Feb 14 21:08:02 EST 2004

At 09:21 PM 2/13/2004 -0500, you wrote:

>And here's a question to throw out to all:  if there is a 
>physical/biological brain location for language (surely dyadic), how is 
>that this dyadic structure creates triadic thought? Aren't we back to 
>Descartes' dilemma of how a mind/body interacts?


  More like we're already in it when we assume that the dyadic and the 
triadic happen in totally different contexts. Why not one is subsumed to 
the other?

  But can that be explained dyadically? No.

Ken Armstrong

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