R/e-cycling in modern Territories
language does not consist of words, but expresses the sum of interrelations, the relations within which these words stand
"As for the posited central kin- ship of languages, it is marked by a distinctive convergence. Lan- guages are not strangers to one another, but are, a priori and apart from all historical relationships, interrelated in what they want to express."W.B.
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