> The conclusion is obvious. Language and our beliefs are defenses
> reality. Without them, our lives become disordered, unstable, and
> The insane frighten us, because deep down, we know that their
> closer to reality than our own. They remind us that if we stop
> ourselves, we will enter a terrifying chaos.
Hi! I just wanted to ask: to say that every word means something
implies that there is a 'something' that every word is referring to.
This something is our perception of reality. So language becomes a
collection of 'signs' that refer to our perception of reality. Now,
if all this is correct then i really dont understand language as
being a defense against reality.