Re: Saving the ethnosphere

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    on 5/1/02 2:05 AM, Trupeljak Ozren at wrote:


    > I think that what is happening today is a huge loss. Since I come from
    > one of those "small insignificant and obsolete" language/culture
    > groups, you could say that I am subjectively biased.

    Yes, you probably are biased. And I suspect that others in the conversation
    are biased by a belief that their culture and language will survive, even be
    at the top of the heap.


    William L. Benzon, Ph. D. 708 Jersey Avenue, Apt. 2A Jersey City, NJ 07302 201 217-1010

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