Отклонения, лирически и прозаически
Language evolves

There can be no definition of anything that is constantly changing; otherwise it would not refer to a valid referent. Words are not definitions; they are generalized perceptions, the names of which are stored for future reference in our minds. The deconstruction of words and their combinatory patterns show only selective essential characteristics of the referent that are by prior consideration made known to the sides of the word exchange process (predication). A means of reference cannot /does not/ contain the referent but has the power to produce impression similar to that of the direct visual perception of the object of reference.

If words did refer to definite referents, there would be no words because everything the existence of which man is capable of perceiving does change; there are always transitions, transformations (modifications). Existence is movement. The universe is made up of an indefinite/indefinable/ number of constituents which interact constantly. Because words exist, and are used/uttered, i.e. there are the images of a referred to object or idea in the mind of at least two communicators, we can deduce that their establishing referential connection is a process, not a state.

Before arguing about evolutions we need to attempt a description of what the idea of evolution means. Change of form and contents and, eventually, of function, i.e. of the whole set of characteristics ascribed to one single perceptory unit (referent), in (such) a way that it causes it to be different? Different in such a way as there be transformations that the referee considers to have positive effect (on anything)? Evolution must lead to improvement? How do we judge that something is positive or negative, good or bad? The only way to do this is by relating (the idea of) change to our own experience (or social experience which is an Ersatz of it) and attempt an evaluatory approach to the process. We relate it to our experiencing our own existence (LIFE).

What persists is existence; it should, therefore be considered positive because inexistence (death?) is considered negative. How should we define inexistence? Existence in such a way that we cannot perceive/comprehend/?

Human perceptory spectre is limited. Six senses have been discerned according to their range of information production. (The sixth is the sub- or super- conscious register of change, being aware of which, being able to define it, and probably being able to appreciate its manifestation and effect.) Anything that exists outside this specter, we refer to as inexistence. All possible referents and references in the process of conscious perception of (one’s) existence cannot account for the whole (universe) that we are in. There are no words that will suffice to name everything in the universe. Words are discernible structures that separate/independent/ reference may be made to. There are two types of referents: physical and metaphysical (structures).

Matter is the possible range of patterns of (perceptive) grouping of atoms (protons, neutrons and electrons). The usage of words like ‘possible’ and ‘range’ is here rather a default one. Existence transcends ‘possible’; it also includes the impossible which is the binary opposition’s second component. Existence is all there is. By ‘range’ we can understand what we are able to perceive in distinctive mode/models/.

The metaphysical is the realm of immaterial referents; these are the product of human reflection and descriptive generalization of the processes of change/existence is constant change/. Language is the means of reference of Homo sapiens to himself and his existence and the account of all processes/change/ that happen within and outside him and the effect of these. Language is (an image of) existence. It therefore undergoes all changes in/of existence and is subject to the laws of Nature (what exists prior to man and his activity). All laws of Nature are to be found in language.

Nature evolves, therefore language evolves too.


Matter is not constancy; matter exists through the ongoing movement of electrons and molecules within the margins of their common habitat. Therefore states are processes too. States are processes performed slowly.

Is there any sound in the wood when a tree falls unless there be someone to hear it?