Re: Relational language
|From:||Ben Haanstra <kof@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, March 21, 2007, 0:51|
>X-Describing a form in which objects are described (when identical/about
>identical/not relevant order to be precise) uses mainform objects
>descriptions, for example 4 pipes are ordered as a square, so every angle of
>the triangle has a pipe.
oops horrible fault written here, I meant:
Describing the pattern of relation by using a main object, like a
square/triangle/circle. For example you have 4 pipes, those are related to
each other as if you would place a square on the ground and each of those
pipes is placed at an angle of the square.
>To be honest I wanted to add more possiblities thendiagonal/left/right/forward but
>directions between those. (a Sapir-whorf's thingy if I got it right).
Clearing this one up as well: For example you got north/south/west/east,
then you have northwest/southwest/etc, but you also got north-northwest,
south-southwest, etc. The latter part would give you the idea what I meant
by creating more directions.