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Epilogue

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Abstract

“It is by natural signs chiefly that we give force and energy to language; and the less language has of them, it is the less expressive and persuasive. […] Artificial signs signify, but they do not express; they speak to the understanding, as algebraical characters may do, but the passions, the affections, and the will, hear them not: these continue dormant and inactive, till we speak to them in the language of nature, to which they are all attention and obedience.” Thomas Reid (1764). An Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense.

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