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  • The erosion of the Cratylian language by Hermogenean influences is becoming more pronounced and there is a danger that it will desiccate that living language and render the natural language artificial.

    Camilo José Cela - Nobel Lecture

  • Thus in that sense it would not be illogical to talk of Cratylian or natural or human language and of Hermogenean or artificial or parahuman language.

    Camilo José Cela - Nobel Lecture

  • It goes without saying that Hermogenean language naturally accommodates its original artificiality.

    Camilo José Cela - Nobel Lecture


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