An impressionistic history of the
South Asian Subcontinent
VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS
It is foretold! The torrential flow of inexorable destiny!
Vol 1 - An ephemeral glance at feudal languages!
27. Unacceptable levels of efficiency and competence
I have mentioned earlier that language codes do have a great say in the design features of a social structure. Beyond that, a slight idea about the features of pristine-English has also been mentioned in a minor manner.
In the 15th chapter of this writing, there was a brief discussion on the disastrous possibilities inherent in allowing the enhancement of personal calibre, capacity and business information to feudal-language speaking subordinate staff.
This thing has influenced not only the social structure of this peninsular region but even the history, here.
Speaking from a very generalised location, it might be correct to say that the variations in personal capacity levels in Englishmen would of a very meagre amount. In most cases, it would not be the personal capacity of a solitary Englishman that would create the fabulous efficiency in English systems. Instead, it would be the collective personal qualities of the Englishmen, which would bring in that. This is an information, which is most probably not known even to them.
However, in this South Asian Subcontinent and in other feudal language locations, social efficiency &c. are in another manner. A lot of difference can be seen in the personal capacities of persons, each depending on their social or professional or age-wise &c. position. The influence of this might even be visible in the body features of the person also.
There is an individual who has the capacity to get things done, and manage in a most mature manner. However, he is in a lower grade position in the business. If this individual is sent to find a solution to a complicated issue, in many cases, what would come out is a more complicated scenario.
For, others would communicate with him only as per his professional position. If this man happens to display a calibre higher than his work position, the others would find it quite perplexing and disturbing. They would react in a most antipathetic manner. This reaction is more or less encoded inside the word-codes of a feudal language.
At the same time, it is dangerous to place a high calibre and well-informed person on top of the business. For, within a short time, he can become a very dangerous threat to the business, if it is possible for him to move on his own. For, even at his level in the business, the business owner’s family members and other friends and their relatives would acknowledge him as only an employee. Which is a very powerfully defining location in the verbal codes in feudal languages. He will feel the taunts and the teasing.
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