In a set view, DECEPTION would be in a subset of SEMANTICS. Therefore, “Other than for the purpose of certain forms of semantics, language is used to convey and communicate semantics”

In a set view, DECEPTION would be in a subset of SEMANTICS.

Therefore, “Other than for the purpose of certain forms of semantics, language is used to convey and communicate semantics”

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What sets apart “deception” as a particular type of semantics that shouldn’t be used?

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Ok. I was just trying to understand better. I didn’t think you were obfuscating intentionally, so I thought I should ask for clarification.

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