Sunday, 29 July 2018
The purpose of language is to convey a concept from the writer or speaker to the reader or listener. The more precise the terminology used, the more accurately concepts will be conveyed.
Thus, if you want to convey to your reader/listener the concept of a poodle, it is better to use the word "poodle" than "dog", "quadruped", or "animal", which -- although they are not wrong -- are increasingly less precise than "poodle", and therefore convey diminishing amounts of useful information.
Posted by Peter Kidd at 09:04
Monday, 16 July 2018
Saturday, 7 July 2018
|[image courtesy of Sokol Books]|
Posted by Peter Kidd at 09:15