[Crm-sig] ISSUE: Scope note of E37 Mark
martin at ics.forth.gr
Sun Jan 19 15:58:40 EET 2020
Yes, there is a point about that.
Han characters are used in China, Japan, Korea. Very complex relations
between meaning and phonetics. They do not form propositions. Very
different Chinese "dialects" agree on the same written form. The
non-smoking sign is a proposition.
Do they belong to a language, or makes using them for a message
following a language a linguistic object?
Clearly, only these languages can be encoded with Han characters. Japan
and Korea using a hybrid system, adding phonetic characters.
But I'd suggest to make clear the distinction of a Propositional Object,
its constituents, and language.
On 1/19/2020 3:04 PM, Дарья Юрьевна Гук wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> any sighes having meaning are Linguistic Objects, not only
> alphabetical but Egyptian too, cuneiform and even knots.
> With kind regards,
> Daria Hookk
> Senior Researcher of
> the dept. of archaeology of
> Eastern Europe and Siberia of
> the State Hermitage Museum,
> PhD, ICOMOS member
> E-mail: hookk at hermitage.ru <mailto:hookk at hermitage.ru>
> Skype: daria.hookk
Dr. Martin Doerr
Honorary Head of the
Center for Cultural Informatics
Information Systems Laboratory
Institute of Computer Science
Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH)
N.Plastira 100, Vassilika Vouton,
Email: martin at ics.forth.gr
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