Essential Joseph Chilton Pearce 33Language DevelopmentTheme:languageSummaryTranscript
Language is purely biological beginning in the womb and vastly too complex to be learned, it is innate. We are driven to name. Naming creates separation, subject-object and this in turn allows us to relate and interact on a semantic level, which does not diminish all the other orders of relationship taking place. Language separates and it allows realms of interacting and shared meaning. The tragedy occurs when we forget all the other realms of relationship and believe that our semantic created world is everything.