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Offline mysterdee

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Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication
« on: December 03, 2015, 05:17:30 AM »


TELELINGUISTIC AWARENESS AND COMMUNICATIONS[edit source | edit]
Welcome to the future of telecommunication....[edit source | edit]
Quote "The relevant theory has been grounded"

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Telelinguistic awareness is a suggestion that The possibility to communicate telelinguistic information via a secondary or bilingual communication is probable via a linguistic mediation with a telelinguistic intention and meaning only observed by individuals who are aware of the concept of telelinguistic communication but unobserved by unobservant bystanders.

Here is an example of how telelinguistic communication has been adressed as a bi-lingual possibility communicating secondary information by The relevance theory by Dan Sperber and is also known as the secondary method of communication.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIzukzNrGjY

watch 3:53 --- 5:00

Dan sperber in this video explains the relevance theory and the many potentials for linguistic communication, Telelinguistic communication is covered as a possibility to communicate telelinguistic information as the secondary communication method and is highlighted from 3:35 --- 5:00 within the video and is where the idea of telelinguistic communication originates from in thesis but not the practice, The practice originates from a group of students studying
 
Dan Sperber "The relevant theory"

linguistics and The relevance theory who found that telelinguistic communication is practical and plausible if the telelinguistic language is established and understood correctly and put into a bilingual communication to deliver send and receive telelinguistic intention meaning or information. The potential to create and manipulate language ranges from simple meditations with secondary intentions to near telepathic communications unspoken and unheard by the unobservant bystander or those not privy to the communication and its method of mediation.

However within the relevance theory it is not stated that the second method of communication can also be subliminal and unobserved by uneducated people hence the possibility for a near telepathic state of communication from one consciously aware person to another.
The relevance theory by Dan Sperber also suggests the phenomenon to be likened to an experience of mind reading when communicated in such a way as to mediate and receive intention, meaning or information via the second method of communication.

Telelinguistic communication as a mediation of secondary or bilingual communications consciously observed by sender's & reciever's.[edit source | edit]
 
Telelinguistic communication theory

Telelinguistic Communication is an experimental linguistic manipulation that uses a medium of language to transmit telelinguistic communications that are consciously observed and decoded by the senders/receivers of the communications through a process like that of the (Dan Sperber) Relevance theory to decipher a sentence of words in such a way that a secondary communication can be relayed from another perspective of relevant observation according to another subject base.
Just as with Metalinguistic awareness, Telelinguistic awareness refers to the ability to objectify language as a process as well as an artifact. The concept of telelinguistic awareness is helpful to explaining the execution and transfer of linguistic knowledge across languages (e.g. code switching as well as translation among bilinguals).[1] Telelinguistics can be classified as the ability to consciously reflect on language and decipher a telelinguistic message within the medium of communication. The word Telelinguistic in the sense of a conscious communication rather than purely linguistic and also unheard unseen or unobserved by people who are not observing the method of communication and donnot know the way to decipher the message or how to observe the communication to receive relevant information according to a relevant subject.
Language and the potential to communicate in other ways.[edit source | edit]

It is well known within the study of linguistics that language has a potential greater than that of simple symbols and goes beyond meaning, and that words are separable from their referents and there is awareness that language has a structure that can be manipulated (realizing that language is malleable: you can change and write things in many different ways (for example, if something is written in a grammatically incorrect way, you can change it and that a linguistic communication can have more than a single intention and meaning. Telelinguistic communication simply uses this fact as an opportunity to mediate telepathic intention and meaning within any medium conveying linguistic information.
Further into the study of Telelinguistics is was found that the potential for communications through time are also potentially possible with a correct understanding of Telelinguistic Communications & The medium of Telecommunication. The study is very esoteric and occult at present and is very controversial as it involves such mediums as Telly vision and Radio to communicate information from the past into the future with a conscious connection of observation on either side of the medium..
 
Telecommunication through TIME
The following picture depicts such a possibility...
Telelinguistic communication is also malleable as a medium of telepathic communication through such mediums without unobservant observers ever knowing or witnessing such communications.

Telepathy & language....[edit source | edit]

http://specgram.com/JLSSCNC.I.4/08.vonblucher.telepathic.html

The above link opens a page of information that demonstrates how language and telepathy go hand in hand and that Telelinguistic communication is simply a combination of linguistic communication and telepathic communication. It goes to say that if mankind was ever telepathic he would no doubt have a Telelinguistic language mediating telepathic information.

Metalinguistic awareness[edit source | edit]

Telelinguistic awareness Also incorporates the study known as "metalinguistic ability", which can be defined similarly as meta-cognition ("knowing about knowing"). Metalinguistic awareness can also be defined as the ability to reflect on the use of language. As meta-linguistic awareness grows, As people become more intelligent through life and adulthood they begin to recognize that statements may have a literal meaning and an implied meaning. They begin to make more frequent and sophisticated use of metaphors. Most people begin to expand upon their meta-linguistic awareness and function and start to recognize irony and sarcasm and the potential to communicate with bi-linguistics as awareness and intelligence evolves. These concepts require a person to understand the subtleties of an utterance's social and cultural context.

References[edit source | edit]

Dan, Sperber "The Relevance Theory" (Dan Sperber) Relevance theory
Mora, Jill Kerper. "METALINGUISTIC AWARENESS AS DEFINED THROUGH RESEARCH". San Diego State University. Retrieved 2009-08-10.
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Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2015, 01:13:20 AM »
I didn't read through the whole thing, but FYI, the Speculative Grammarian is a comedy site...

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Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2015, 01:38:41 PM »
I didn't read through the whole thing, but FYI, the Speculative Grammarian is a comedy site...

VERY FUNNY......

By the way waveswashshands....have you found The power of the word yet.....
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