Re: Old Solar
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Richard Lyman <charles_wms_soc@...> wrote:
>Hmmm...interesting point. Obviously Haldane's ideal is uniformity. On the other hand, Creation leads us to believe that it is in fact variety which is the more primitive state.
> I don't think so, unless you count a remark by J. B. S. Haldane in an article attacking Lewis, to the effect that an ideal language (such as Old Solar presumably is) would not have such an array of variations in plurals!
> Richard Sturch.