- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "gich morgan" <gich2@b...> wrote:
> Returning to the conversation with Gerry where he writesthe
> >>> In the case of Error, you don't seem to have picked up on even
> >>> "literal" mention of it in the texts.... <<<character. As
> Well I had come across it, as another name for some mythical
> such it never struck me as being an important concept in its ownright as
> Gerry seems to be indicating. [And Harris certainly does not referto it in
> this way] After reading your references that's still myposition ... am I
> missing something?Context.
Gerry originally brought up "error" in relation to your discussion
of "creation" and a "plan":
Gich, after all your reading of the mythology and articles summaries,
do you have any comments about "error" in relation to "creation"?
- Hello pmcvflag
On 07/25/05, you wrote:
> Gerry is overly humble. Let me state for the record that I have
> taken his observations over people who actually technically
> ARE "linguists" by trade.
> --- In email@example.com, "Gerry" <gerryhsp@y...> wrote:
>> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "marinas_snake"
>> <marinas_snake@y...> wrote:
>>> Gerry, are you a linguist?
>> A Linguist? No, Marina. I was raised a Methodist.
>> Well, I was going to extend my facetious abuse of that term to a
>> spiel on glossolalia, but even as waggish as I feel at the moment,
>> is actually my fatigue that is winning out. Let me just admit
>> that I
>> do have a peculiar interest (i.e., geeky fascination) when it
>> to languages. Nothing of a professional nature though.
At least we can't accuse him of ego inflation. :-)
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