Underlying Formalisms LO6285

Andrew Moreno (amoreno@broken.ranch.org)
Fri, 29 Mar 1996 03:16:34 -0800 (PST)

Replying to LO6265 --

On Thu, 28 Mar 1996, John O'Neill wrote:
> An alternative is to construct the
> relationships as they are defined and used by a social group (after all,
> language is about aiding communication between sentient beings). In this
> way, the relationships in a language are constructed as we go.

Yeah, if you have the right set, the relationships should be the same
across social groups.

I think for one set that I know of, only the Basque's in the Pyrenees
operate with different relationships.

Andrew Moreno


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