RIVERVIEW, NB, March 24, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Language universals are due to "brain relativity" and have little to do with different languages evolving with the same structures independently. According to the theory of relativity both space and time are relative to one another. Relativity predicts that when brains arise they will be automatically wired in the relativity of space/time in order to navigate the world in which these brains exist. You need to, within a time frame of now, see things as now and in the order of their happenings. The brain sees things in relative space/time terms!
This predicts that when language arises that it too will be ordered in terms of space/time relativity. It goes from Einstein's relativity theory, to a theory of "brain relativity" straight into language relativity: ordered structure! This ordered structure is cover in chapter two of the book Tilogos: A Treatise on the Origins and Evolution of Language. It is the first and only book that postulates a fully developed theory on the evolution of language by author Sherman P. Bastarache.
Space is static and consists of tangible objects such as trees, rocks, animals, air... and is characterized by names or nouns. Time is dynamic, flowing form past, present and into the future, ergo; it is movable and characterized by verbs or actions. This is the reason that language universals are NV oriented and this best fits Chomsky's observations.
Tilogos answers the question of how humans became endowed with our current form of speech, derived from our former mode of communication, namely our calls, cries, and other sounds. In this respect it is an original work of historical importance.
Tilogos is available on any online book source universally and in eBook format, hard cover and paperback versions.
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The definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over expecting a different result. The problems of language will only get solved by doing something different!
Sherman P. Bastarache
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