|From:||James Worlton <jworlton@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, March 7, 2004, 4:41|
David Peterson mentioned in his explanation of his first conlang that:
1.) Though it had a large "phonology", it wasn't a phonology
at all: It was just a list of sounds.
Being rather new at this, I don't understand the difference. So, could
someone explain what a phonology *is* and what it's supposed to *do*?
"We know by means of our intelligence
that what the intelligence does not
comprehend is more real than what it