Re: Comparison of philosophical languages
|From:||Joseph Fatula <fatula3@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 22, 2003, 2:35|
From: "Andrew Nowicki" <andrew@...>
Subject: Re: Comparison of philosophical languages
> 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.
This is the whole problem with the root system as it stands. The roots you
have chosen are not the most commonly needed 180 for making compounds, but
an arbitrary set that makes it hard to make up needed words.
I suggest looking at some of the other philosophical language projects to
get a feel for the categories they've made. Some of them are awful, to be
sure, but you'll find some very efficient and compact ones as well.