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Truths Obscured: Language as an Issue

Summary: Are truths obscured by the languages in which we express them?
Reality cannot always be relayed clearly through language. It is not always possible to convey exact thoughts or emotions using only the relatively limited vocabulary of our languages. Some might argue that if a `wordless emotion' does arise enough, people will associate either another or a new word with it, thus removing it from a wordless status. Truths and half-truths exist whether we can describe or convey them or not. Such realities, however, can be obscured or warped by our inability to correctly communicate the reality. Our expression of truth will inevitably obscure most truths, yet our interpretation of such expressions will do so even further. "Language is a process of free creation; its laws and principles are fixed, but the manner in which the principles of generation are used is free and infinitely varied. Even the interpretation and use of words involves a...

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