Re: Comparison of philosophical languages
|From:||Florian Rivoal <florian@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 22, 2003, 3:39|
>There are only 180 root words in Ygyde, not enough
>to define God, heaven, hell, and baptism. From the
>linguistic point of view these words are not very
>important, because they are not very common.
I personaly have no religion, but i do believe this statement might offend a
vast part of mankind. And a lot of people use these words (especialy god, i
think) rather often. I happen to know some peolpe with who any conversation
lasting more than 5 minutes turns to something related to god. I think they
would be pretty embarassed if they had no word for this, and needed each time
to say something as "u know, that guy in the sky. well actualy he is not a guy,
and not in the sky but u see what i mean." that pretty much longer than "god".