Saturday, August 04, 2018

‘Dialectic of Phonetic Writing Systems -- ‘Dialectogram’: ‘A Systematic-Dialectic Method of Presentation for the Domain of the Contemporary Language-System of Written English’, First Triad.







Dialectic of Phonetic Writing Systems --

Dialectogram:A Systematic-Dialectic Method of Presentation for the Domain of the Contemporary Language-System of Written English, First Triad.







Dear Readers,


The case of the Domain of the Contemporary Language-System of Written English -- a Domain of [phonetic] characters, or letters, of syllables and of words, of phrases and of clauses, of sentences, and of paragraphs, etc. -- can serve as yet another example of the failure of the dominant, and domineering, contemporary «mentalité» to recognize the «aufheben» dialecticality of its primary culture, of its grounding psycho-artefacts, that is already latent and unconsciously present in their [psycho]history, their ‘evolving and ‘meta-evolving psycho-historical constitution, no less than in their present-day content-structure as well.  This is one of the simplest examples of such dialecticality, not valuable primarily for any new insights it yields into the nature of contemporary phonetic language, but for its clarification of F.E.D.’s universal algorithmic-heuristic dialectical method by applying it to a maximally familiar Domain for English readers.

The triadic, Platonian-format dialectogram below describes, in systematic order -- in consecutive, simplest to more complex order -- three categories of Written English, which may form part of a dialectical, taxonomic, categorial-progression method of presentation of the Domain of the Contemporary Language-System of Written English.   

To convey the dialectical -- or «aufheben» -- architectonic of these linguistic objects in the most direct way that we know of, we will here simply note the following.

Each typical Written English word is a combination of letters -- a meta-letter, made up out of a typically heterogeneous multiplicity of letters;

¿What possible ‘‘‘synthesis’’’ category for the words category and the letters category could there ever be?

For us, that combining category is that for the words which are also single letters, and for the single letters that are also single words, namely, in contemporary English, for the category of the set {a’, ‘I}.  This forms a category of words that are exceptions to the definition of [typical] words just given above.

Note that this algorithmic heuristic method can supply at least one alternative solution for the second category of the triad of categories ‘«arché»-ized by the letters category:  that second category could have been solved as the category of syllables, instead of as the category of full, e.g., [typically] multi-syllabic, words.


FYI:  Much of the work of Karl Seldon, and of his collaborators, including work by “yours truly”, is available for your free-of-charge download via --



Regards,

Miguel Detonacciones,
Member, Foundation Encyclopedia Dialectica [F.E.D.],
Officer, F.E.D. Office of Public Liaison






















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