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30 Nov meaning

Time and Space PerceptionMeaning is the fruit of understanding and the fuel of action. It is the contextual breaking apart and assembly of stimuli and knowledge. Meaning is neither immediate nor guaranteed, but is the quest and destination of the soul. Neither fraught with despair nor joy, meaning emerges, and all else follows. Meaning and understanding can only arise together at the junction of vision and thought in-situ. It cannot be conjured of nothing, nor can it survive in utter darkness, but thrives in the fertile soil of innate curiosity. Without meaning, there is no consciousness, no reason, no divinity, no humanity.

Keywords:

sememe     semantics     pragmatics      noise      idiom      experience      context      expressiveness      analysis
References:

chaos      comprehension      fuzzy logic      lexicography      linguistic strata      natural language      words/morphology

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