A blupete Essay

Emotional Words, Part 5 to blupete's Essay
"Language: Lexicographic v. Stipulative Meanings"

At times certain language will not set off a concept at all, but rather give rise to simply an emotion, most swear words are examples of this. A good many words, -- and for these, we ever have to be on the outlook -- set off a concept and at the same time give rise to emotion, as for example the word "capitalism."
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