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He who knows does not speak, he who speaks does not know.
-- Lao Tzu.
The cruelest lies are often told in silence.
-- R. L. Stevenson.
virtus versus virus.
My dictum. The virus is the Latin virtus (virtue or courage) as missing /t/ as ruth out of truth.
Byeong jugo yak jugo.
A Korean proverb " 주고 주고."
Meanings should shift from sentence to sentience.
My dictum.[6]
Signs make make sense of a scene.
Simply, the sign-sense-scene or project-subject-object trinity.[7]
  • Words make make sense of a thing real or unreal.
  • Strokes make make sense of the sketched.

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  1. ^ Center for the Study of Reading
  2. ^ Romanticism believed that human nature is innately good, and should therefore be encouraged to take its natural course, unspoiled by the artificial impositions of social prejudice and convention. Second, Romanticism concluded that a child is neither a scaled-down, ignorant version of the adult nor a formless piece of clay in need of molding, rather, the child is a special being in its own right with unique, trustworthy impulses that should be allowed to develop and run their course.
  3. ^ The Knowledge Deficit in which he once again makes the case that the cause of disappointing reading performance is a lack of background knowledge. Cf. The Meaning of Meaning (1923), esp., "psychological context"
  4. ^ The armor in which he was clad was abundantly plated with gold and the ample adornments which hung from his cheek plates as well as his helmet and spear were not only purple, but in other respects befitting a king ... And he himself, sitting upon a very large horse, began to dance under arms skillfully between the two armies. And as he rode he hurled his javelin into the air and caught it again as it quivered above him, then passed it rapidly from hand to hand, shifting it with consummate skill. -- Totila
  5. ^ But I cannot sing aloud
    Quietness is my farewell music;
    Even summer insects keep silence for me
    Silent is Cambridge tonight!
  6. ^ A non-linguistic meaning is an actual or possible derivation from sentience, which is not associated with signs that have any original or primary intent of communication. It is a general term of art used to capture a number of different senses of the word "meaning", independently from its linguistic uses. -- Excerpt from Meaning (non-linguistic).
  7. ^ This is my way of standing for the Symbol-Thought-Referent causal chain (Ogden & Richards 1923) or the irreducible Delta Factor (Walker Percy 1975) based on the story of Helen Keller who successfully connected, or made sense of, both water the liquid poured, and "water" the word written, on her palm. The sign is either linguistic or non-linguistic or non-symbolic. Anyway, it is a part abstracted or recognized from the whole. The man-made sign aka symbol is simply a design.