Flove language is the third child of phrasing
There have been different human attemps to bring a natural-universal-animal language to communicate with (gurmukhi, esperanto, universal grammar research, etc). Flove language is yet another attempt of the kind, specially and deeply exploring axiology within language (specially at its semantics), for trying to bring a life reductive discourse with its life view logic.
This project no aims to create a solo language, it is for testing the flove trend at discoursing, for trying avoiding misflows with the remaining rethorics of any logic and grammars.
Conjunctions, adverbs, articles, commas and so could be related to some specific parts of the full set
Where the push comes from
Axiology is something most linguists sadly consider not their deep business, but this default life view axiology could be useful in the research for an universal grammar (deep estructures on phrases, see more). This will imply that, regardless of linguistic relativity, we code communication through any language because mainly “we basically want to finally express love, lack of love (and derivates..) only or mainly” in a more or less evolved or twisted but finally limited (or universally common) ways to express so.
What this life set already shows is a high functional operating thanks to its well contrasted accesible semantics. Axioms are networked in a redundant way or feedback loop (thanks to process) and that allows us to:
- Recover lost information lost due to the noise (axiom-entropy) in the channel (semantics)
- Making the universal unacceptability of remaining big axioms from the more parent definitions (i.e. natural and universal vibrations) "not that much axiomatic - very acceptable in the end" since we already know "very well" all their more and less direct childs of each.
- Study the flove language with both anachronic or diachronic perspective either way
The keywords-concepts not included in this life set could be copies or derivates of the exposed ones i.e. in this life set "sad" is not exposed, but "sad" could either be the aggrupator of "cultural dark" (in a more basic life set) or something between "vain" and "bore" closer to "bore" than to "vain" (in an extended life set)
The life set could be a formal theory of language because it has its inference rules
Every vibration is transitional, regressive if it is before, progressive if after and positivised by its narrower ones.
Paradigmatic rank: x flow in set overall
Sintagmatic rank: x flow in x dimension, or frequency
Inclusive: love is only in passional
Placeover: dark and light sometimes present
Vibration: form, expression, grammar, determined
Process: meaning, content, semantic, unknown
Universally formal is process
Universally substantive are vibrations
...Maybe... "love" has its universal semantics, and that could play a universal (gramatic-sintactic) role in the deep structure of phrases ...maybe...--- John Lyons