Re: Non-spoken colangs?
|From:||Stone Gordonssen <stonegordonssen@...>|
|Date:||Friday, April 25, 2003, 17:50|
>Well, this isn't quite what you're asking about, but I have a sketch
>for the development of a purely written language. It developed out of
>symbols used for mapmaking in a society that didn't yet have a written
>language, and passed through several distinct stages, eventually
>becoming a complete language, with different grammar and syntax than
>that of the spoken language of the society. It was, of course, only
>ever a second language. More information on request; I really only
>have the outline of its development yet, not any actual content besides
>a little of the first stage.
I'm always interested in forms of communication and how other indivdual's
mind conceive it. I'd enjoy reading your outline. If you believe others here
would not (I've not yet been on here long enough to judge that), feel free
to send it to me privately.
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