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 A Team or a Jam Magnet? by Alexandra Pereira
“…never put a sock in a toaster, never put jam on a magnet…”E. IzzardConcerns have been recently expressed regarding the use of a “f word” in one of Ovi’s comment sections. That
 Learn Pashto OnlineLearn Pashto Online by Abdulhadi Hairan
Pashto (also known as Pashtu, Pakhto, Pakhtu, Paxto) is the language of the Afghans. These days, many people are learning it, particularly those who are on military and reconstruction missions in Afghanistan. There are three s
 Noam Chomsky on the Politics of the Essence of the Human Mind by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
Noam Chomsky is considered one of the pivotal linguists of our time. He follows a long heritage on the nature of language which begins with the ancient Greeks and continues with Giambattista Vico in the 18th century.
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 Saul Kripke's Philosophy of Language by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
The natural follow-up to Tarski’s logic and philosophy of language is Saul Kripke. He is best known for a series of lectures he gave at Princeton University in 1970 under the name of Naming and Necessity
 My Language Crimes at The New York Times by Doug McGill
Journalism has much to be humble about, but one special area where journalists need to tread with special diffidence and without mindless stomping is language.
 
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