Expressive power

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For the computer science and logic topic, see Expressive power (computer science). For language criticism of texts, see Linguistic criticism

In linguistics, expressive power deals with the whole and part properties of specific languages to deliver expressions which are fascile in the living of the society, within the domains of basic living skills and hardships, cultural engagements interior and exterior, religion and human honors rights and graces interior and exterior, and how from these foundations, there builds an ontology of social and societal world which is the language, and may be comparatively rated next to other languages in several ways, at the bookends, usability in the global law, language, religion, and honor patterns, and ontology testing from built-up basic human form kernel candidates.

The issue is one which has taken on a different character in the era of globalization, with the English language being the accepted world language for science and business.