Category Archives: Philosophy of Language

Language Transactions in Covenant and Contract

Chauncey Cazier Riddle Proceedings of the Deseret Language and Linguistics Society 1993 Symposium Brigham Young University 1-2 April 1993 I. Introduction Two fundamental ideas form the frame of this paper. First human beings have four kinds of language ability. They … Continue reading

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The Language of Heart, Might, Mind, and Strength

Chauncey C. Riddle Education Week, 1991 The title of these series of discussions is Language and Philosophy of Language, and their connection with religion. Yesterday we talked about communication, pointing out that everything we do is a communication. And our … Continue reading

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Language of the Spirit

Chauncey C. Riddle We talked yesterday about language. The topic today is how this applies to our living our lives in the world, in the gospel. I would like to pose a problem for you, something to investigate. That is, … Continue reading

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Language, Conversation, Sanity and Reality

┬áDLLS PROCEEDINGS 1991 PROCEEDINGS OF THE DESERET LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS SOCIETY 1991 SYMPOSIUM BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY MARCH 7-8, 1991 Language, Conversation, Sanity and Reality Chauncey C. Riddle Brigham Young University The thesis of this paper is that human being consists … Continue reading

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