same words are univocal unless equivocation is indicated (linguistic inertia).

same words are univocal unless equivocation is indicated (linguistic inertia).

Dramatic notion.  Seems simple but it’s profound.  Words mean exactly the same thing unless otherwise indicated.  He caught the fish.  He caught a cold.  “caught” means exactly the same thing.

It doesn’t?

Ok.  Now explain what’s moved.  What caused caught to change meaning?  Simple but profound.

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