Feudal languages


The language machinery

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.

Social systems created upon pristine-English would be remarkably efficient, with the individuals having a lot of personality stature, even if they doing professions which might be defined as lowly in feudal languages.

Social systems created by feudal languages can also be quite efficient and disciplined, if a single hierarchy of verbal slots can be imposed. But then the lower-positioned individuals would not have much personality stature, other than that of subordinated beings.

In most feudal language nations, there can be more than one mutually-competing verbal hierarchies. This will lead the social system into various kinds of deficiencies in the social system.

The most easily understood and mentioned item about feudal language social system is a sort of misunderstanding. In common academic talk, the word ‘Honorific’ is used to more or less define the linguistic phenomenon. However, this is only a very minute information on what a feudal language is.

It is quite easily understood that the higher positioned individual or institutions is mentioned in words of ‘respect’. However, that is only a very miniscule part of the verbal machinery.

There is the other part of the verbal usage. That is the use of pejoratives, to define those who are not ‘respected’. Here again, the understanding that arrives in English will be quite deficient. It is not a case of one person being ‘respected’ and the other being ‘degraded’.

It is actually a series of ‘respecting’ and ‘degrading’ done constantly across the social spectrum. Each individual can be variously placed in the ‘respect’ – ‘degrading’ ladder, depending on who is defining or mentioning or addressing whom.

Each word or usage used in these highly defining evaluations is not stand-alone ones. Each one of them is connected to or part of a huge string of words, which literally place a person in a social or professional or familial position. Every right he or she has is connected to where he or she is placed.

A single change of a You can set in changes in He, His, Him, She, Her, Hers, They, Their, Them etc. in connection to that individual and to various other individuals who are connected to that individual.

Depending on the relative position of the thus-placed person, his or her words become divine command of an ennobled person or sterile words of a nondescript individual.

This verbal placement of individuals on a ladder-like array of slots does induce terrific hammering on the individuals who are placed on the lower-most positions of the verbal ladder. This more or less affects their anthropological looks, facial expressions, and even their mental capabilities.

However, this information has to be further clarified from another deeper information.