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The principle problem with reorganizing linguistics is deflating ‘universal grammar’, into the three spectrums of experience, and the physical, ideal, and imaginary dimensions of the universe.

I can reduce the physical dimensions to action, and the experiential to combinations of reward systems (prey drive/mate drive), and the imaginary to a combination thereof. That’s just going to take me a long time. Maybe a year at the minimum – unless I’m lucky.

But as I’ve tried to argue over the past few weeks I don’t think I need to go to that level in order to make my case.

So I guess I have to say that I’m ‘unstuck’ from the grammar problem. And starting yesterday I was able to continue the chapter on vocabulary of epistemology.

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