Five Types of Tagging

All of what we call language is the process of tagging the tagging of perceptions and of tags themselves.

Any sentence can be broken down into five types of operation – Tagging a perception of an object or action (you can’t tag them directly), tagging a tag, tagging an instance of tagging a perception, tagging an instance of tagging a tag, and tagging an instance of tagging an instance. I think that is it.

So a noun is the tagging of the perception of an object.

A verb is the tagging of the perception of an action or state of an object.

An adjective is tagging an instance tagging a perception of an object.

An adverb is tagging a verb or adjective style tagging instance or another adverb instance.

… and so on.

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