Date: Sat 24 May 2003 - 21:25:37 GMT
> On Saturday, May 24, 2003, at 08:52 AM, Joe wrote:
> > Specific venues are not required when one is simply supposed to
> > communicate a message regardlees of venue.
> The language used is itself a venue. Specific venues are absolutely
> required. In all your examples, the venue of a common language was
> required. Venue is a non-escapable element of all cultural
> transmission. You keep denying it.
But where is language stored? In peoples' brains. It is cognitive and internal, a collection of memes in the mind. External venues may vary; I can communicate my birthday to a common language parser/reader by speaking/writing whether we are on the equator or at either pole.
> - Wade
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