Monday, 3 October 2011

ECONOMY OF SPEECH

COMMENT:


Everything that can be said, can be said clearly. What one cannot speak of one should be silent about.

Question: If one is asked for a bunch of carrots from the garden, why does one struggle in with an overflowing wheel barrow? (To be sure there may also be carrots in there somewhere.)

Answer: Either the mind is confused (garden garden must bring something from the garden).
Or it is deceived (it doesn't really know what carrots are). Why doesn't it admit this and ask?
Or it is deceiving (if I can ramble on long enough, I can bury the answer and he won't notice that I don't answer the question or he might even forget altogether).

Question: What is the aim of this project?

Answer: To show the fly the way out of the fly-bottle.


NEW PROJECT: ECONOMY OF SPEECH TWO