VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS
The major part of this book is taken from what had been published inside EVERIPEDIA on a page on Feudal languages.
So the writing here might be seen in the third person narrative form.
Later this text was reposted in VICTORIA Encyclopaedia inside Telegram.
The usage ‘feudal language’ as a technical term was initiated by an author with a penname VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS. However, it is quite possible that this usage must have been used by at least some individuals who speak feudal languages, much before he used it as a technical term.
This usage might have some connection or correspondence with another similar usage: ‘Hierarchical languages’.
VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS has categorised human languages and also animal communication systems into two broad groups, viz. Planar languages and Feudal languages. The broad basic difference between these two groups has been identified in certain Key words or usages, which he has defined as 'indicant words.'
These Indicant words are such ordinary words such as You, Your, Yours, He, His, Him, She, Her, Hers, They, Their, Them &c.
In Planar languages, these words or usages have only one single commonly used form.
In feudal languages, these words or usages have more than one form. These different forms of the same words are not synonyms as understood in English. For, in feudal languages, these different forms of the same word designate different social or positional levels to the individuals, who are defined differently by the different verbal usages.
Each specific level of verbal codes signifies and defines various rights and limitations. The higher or more ennobling words assign a position where there are more rights and liberties to the individual who has been assigned these words. The lower or pejorative forms of the words define a lot of limitations of rights including that of right to social stature and social dignity.
According to VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS, planar languages create social systems which should be quite placid and highly refined. In such social systems, even if there is no statutory equality of stature for the citizens, the individuals will have a tall personality stature.
Communication and social interaction would be quite easy.
Feudal languages create social systems in which human beings get arranged in vertical social slots. A lot of emotional tugs and ferocious cravings, which are totally unknown in planar language social systems, would be there in feudal language social systems.