Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Glamour

A Talk Show Host Just Called Out Rihanna on Her Iconic Wine ...

Glamour-Jun. 16, 2018
to be talked about on the show: The show's eponymous host, Graham Norton, had a little bone to pick to Rihanna about her iconic, repeated, heist-y behavior of ...
Story image for iconic gown from HarpersBazaarArabia

20 Of The Most Iconic Royal Wedding Dresses

HarpersBazaarArabia-Apr. 22, 2018
Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein at her wedding to His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime ...
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Tyra Banks' Iconic Style Moments, From The '90s To Now

HuffPost-Dec. 4, 2018
In 1997, she graced the SI Swimsuit issue solo ― another iconic moment in her ... Banks in a shimmering blue dress at the Council of Fashion Designers of ...
Story image for iconic gown from Bristol Live

Why the designer who made Princess Diana's wedding dress ...

Bristol Live-May 14, 2018
When she stepped out the carriage in one of the most iconic gowns of all time and walked up St Paul's Cathedral's stairs with her huge train following her, the ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This so-called verbal method. As soon as early man realized that the sounds and gestures, you can describe the specific situation really at the moment not existing, as soon as I realized the advantage of such a description, then formed the word and speech. The sound described the situation and having a well-defined meaning, and which stuck in the mind, he was aware, became the word. When the old man, emitting a special sound signifying a situation of danger, thus brings information to relatives, this was the first step for the formation of words and speech.

But the word was formed not only of sound and of gesture, but by and large the totality of the components of human existence. Maybe that word was the first (conditional) the human action in the process of its selection from the animal world, the development of his specialization. Thus a new concept and a term that began to describe a different situation and the ability to handle them. And from that moment all the sounds turned into words and formed a new reality that has healed independent life, according to its laws, has acquired its own characteristics, has become an integral part of life for all people and even began to define their livelihoods. Everything is exactly the same as with any conscious and formalized phenomenon, for example, a letter.

Perhaps you can talk about the rich and the poor language. But in the end it depends on the complexity of the solution. But if you talk about the process of survival, then any language is always difficult, otherwise not survive. So the process of sharing information about danger, food, love, etc. is a complex language in Less complex tasks, of course, be solved in simple language. Just no need for complication and especially no one will do that, if only in reserve, just in case.

The language of animals is not less rich than the language of man. The difference between them lies only in the fact that they solve different and most importantly, specializedonbathroom tasks. Of course, I want to praise myself, i.e. to say that man invented the most complex language of information exchange, due to the fact and only the fact that he is the crown of nature, the highest form of consciousness, etc. But strictly speaking the scientific grounds for it there.

Perhaps it would be better to say that man does not differ from any other animal, or Vice versa, no living creatures no different from humans. The only difference is that every creature, including man always specialized for a certain task that defines it as a specific entity, respectively, and his tongue. What is the problem, nobody knows and perhaps will never know, because to know the specifics of the means to move to a different information level that, in principle, not feasible today.