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"Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men."

Col 3:23
The human capacity for complex language is an inherent ability with sizeable cultural results. Anthropological and historical evidence of human communication in prehistory will be presented in an effort to better understand the instinct for language. Read More...
What critical evolutionary events does the span of human progression include? Anthropologists agree that decisive transitions such as sedentism, domestication, the use of language, and the arrival of culture and complex societies are associated. Read More...
Provided with a definition of language, it should be assigned more precise qualities. First, there is the characteristic of displacement. This is the ability to refer to an object, event, person or concept— to effectively discuss abstract ideas. Read More...
Writing is easily one of the most considerable of the cultural branches of language; its formation signifies a revolution in human progress. In fact, with the appearance of writing within a society, it must be stressed that other progressive patterns are also assuredly in place— patterns such as sedentism, agriculture and organized gathering, more formalized and shared religious beliefs, etc. Read More...
Dialects are also one of language’s cultural archetypes. Dialect, in definition, is variation in pronunciation, along with specific features of grammar and vocabulary, which may suggest where the speaker is from, regionally and/or socially Read More...
In every Native nation and Native language community there are stories about individuals who merit the titles of prophets, geniuses, eccentrics and leaders ahead of their time. Read More...
Languages contain buried clues that can help us trace the prehistory of happens so rapidly, when a population splits, the two resulting groups can end up after some time speaking two separate, mutually incomprehensible tongues. Read More...
Signed languages are poorly documented and may have many more surprises in store for us. Because they are not written down, they can only be observed in the moment of speech or recorded on videotape for later analysis. Read More...
Languages contain and package ideas in a way that few other media can. Of course, you can express lots of ideas without language: ever play charades? See a stone cross in a cemetery? Hear a Chopin sonata? All these symbolic media express ideas without language. Read More...
Languages are highly complex, self-organizing systems in constant flux. The English spoken by our great-great-great grandparents, who might have used a word like ‘hither’, is very different from how we ‘conversate’ nowadays. Read More...