If you unwove the tapestry of lanuage, you’d end up with four, not one.I suspect with language the tapestry is such that if you were to unravel everything to find the beginning, you could never end up with one. You’d have to end up with four: One thing, the thing it’s compared to, the comparison, and the person doing the comparing.

If you unwove the tapestry of lanuage, you’d end up with four, not one.

I suspect with language the tapestry is such that if you were to unravel everything to find the beginning, you could never end up with one. You’d have to end up with four:

One thing, the thing it’s compared to, the comparison, and the person doing the comparing.

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