Language is so easily learned that children master it in the very early stages of life. The expression of self through language is based in innate instincts, but it must be learned. It can be as simple as adding blocks together to spell words; the only difference is that it consists of adding phonemes together. These phonemes are derived from grunts and calls and are strung together to form words, or Tilogos, which are combined into sound-clich?'s with definitive meaning. In order to understand the evolution of language from calls and cries to modern articulation, we must first understand how the most basic of guttural sounds was originally used to represent a species-recognizable concept in the earliest stages of interpersonal communication. From there we must strive to understand how these basic sounds are manipulated and strung together to create complex words with varying meaning, representative of anything from items in one's surroundings to intangible thoughts and emotions. At its heart, qTilogosq explores the question of how human beings have developed the ability to use simple noises to represent the most complex aspects of our shared world.... built on the same format as home computers: hardware, then control commands, then programsaall based on the famous if-then system: if this, then do that. ... The ignition key being turned simply tells the BCM that you wish to start your vehiclea#39;s ... It works as part of the key fobathe remote for locking and unlocking the doors. Ita#39;s only one more step to go to a phone. In GMa#39;s case, they also have OnStar.
|Author||:||Sherman P. Bastarache|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2012-04-01|