On Language

Abstract of “On Language”

What is language? What is it’s purpose? What laws govern it? Do individuals learn language by “pragmatic” means, as a result to a social/applicational end? If so, what quality of vocab do they have? And what source do their definitions derive? What determines a good definition? What benefit to other languages contribute to a language? These questions concentrate focus on man’s understanding of the methodology of communication – the “vehicle” of interaction in society. Why are human definitions not absolute? And finally, what is Truth? Continue reading

What is the physical Universe?

The observable universe in view around us is exponentially vast, and extraordinary. It begs our declaration of it’s wonder. Due to the beauty shows up on so many levels, an exposition of it’s magnitude is the least we, as men, can do. The endeavor this paper takes is to define what the physical world is, and how it functions? In doing so, there is a natural expectation of the premise at which such an explanation comes from though – man’s finite mind. Continue reading