The Language Matrix (Part 1)

Read the full version: Ludwig Wittgenstein believed that the foundation of language and linguistic meaning is the very basis of philosophy. The World is made of language. The ability to control language imparts another capability, the control of reality itself, language creates reality. We are enslaved by the linguistic assignments of our culture. An alteration of language can transform our apprehension of the universe. Reality is not independent from our description of it, words wield the power to shape reality. The beliefs we carry form a blade that sculpts wood as readily as it cuts throats. Main themes covered linguistic relativity, semantics, semiotics, memes, nlp, newspeak, reality, symbolic representation Download Original File:

06. August 2011 by Admin
Categories: NLP | Tags: , , | 15 comments

Comments (15)

  1. too fast, too incoherent, too much..break it down, slow it down and I use it in my classes

  2. Excellent work Miles, though if anything too intellectual for MYSELF, said without implied criticism, meaning if I was to take on board the necessary understandings you must have made to produce this PIECE, it would ACTUALLY limit ME, and to consider that further would also do the same, though I comprehend the POINT you make from my OWN understanding and agree entirely.
    The Hopi rationale is interesting and close to my OWN, applicably.
    The transience of truth is, standing after stating I am sat.

  3. @petrus4 How what an who is presenting/presented.

  4. @petrus4 How what an who is presenting/presented.

  5. @michael616joaquin Do you have any real reason for being so dismissive of this?

  6. @michael616joaquin I’d say at the time more of a muddied medium between intellectualism and anti-intellectualism, I have no interest in the bigotry of black or white. Regardless does not all philosophical enquiry deconstruct into meaningless maps upon maps upon maps…

  7. mmmm pseudo intellectualism. Replace your “d’s” with “t’s” and I may take you seriously.

  8. Have a certain influence over the unaware. I know for a fact that rich, healthy and powerful people often have a completely different vocabulary than the masses and perhaps the saying “I never say impossible” or similair phrases have much more meaning than most people have given credit to. I’m

  9. I think the ideas you’re presenting go even further than what was shown in part 1. Just as the Vatican changed the musical scale for wicked purposes, perhaps much or all of English has been constructed to

  10. @holoplexproductions Great info, I was once taught to be very careful about the words I choose to use, e.g. I “have” to go to the store, I “couldn’t” help it or I “can’t” figure it out. This instructor made it clear how definite and final these statements were and how destructive they are to the subconscious. For the latter it would be better to say I haven’t figured it out at present but I plan to as soon as possible, this tells the mind there is hope and so on….

  11. @FelipeSparx29 Yep, in true Heideggerian fashion. I like this one too…

    “We live in a world in which people are beheaded, imprisoned, demoted, and censured simply because they have opened their mouths, flapped their lips, and vibrated some air.” — Daniel Gilbert

  12. “Man acts as though he were the shaper and master of language, while in fact language remains the master of man.”
    That is fucking amazing and just amazingly accurate

  13. @CosmosPrivateer Quite possible. Also Lady Gaga had a concert earlier in the year and she was saying how all her proceeds were going to Hades (hay-dees) instead of Haiti(s) . They like to play with people in that way, all part of their warped minds.

  14. Maybe what Obama really said was chains not change.

    Just tossing that out there for us to chew on.

  15. generously well said! thanks

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