Stephen Fry on language

A nice oration by Stephen Fry, illuminated with kinetic typography.

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About robinlclark

I am Professor of linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. My interests include a microeconomic approach to linguistic meaning, game theory as applied to linguistic pragmatics, language and strategic interaction, and a neuroeconomic approach to linguistic decision-making.
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One Response to Stephen Fry on language

  1. To think that the new economy is over is similar to somebody london in 1830 saying your entire industrial revolution ends because some textile manufacturers in Manchester went broke.
    The man who’ll use his skill and constructive imagination to view just how much he is able to give for the dollar, as opposed to how little the guy can give for the dollar, will succeed.

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