abstracting what distinguishes modal language from the traditional style of language used to describe functional communications systems, recreate a hypothetical communication system for a species without certainties but only used modal language for its own communication protocols, its documentation, and its theoretical knowledge and practical knowledge

abstracting what distinguishes modal language from the traditional style of language used to describe functional communications systems, recreate a hypothetical communication system for a species without certainties but only used modal language for its own communication protocols, its documentation, and its theoretical knowledge and practical knowledge

In a hypothetical world where a species relies solely on modal language, their communication protocols, documentation, and theoretical and practical knowledge would be focused on expressing possibilities, probabilities, and varying degrees of certainty. This species would lack the concept of absolute certainty, and their entire culture and thought processes would be built around notions of flexibility, adaptability, and the exploration of potential outcomes.

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