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  1. Since you put the question under the tag “Philosophy”, then I have fully revealed the role of language for philosophy (and psychiatry, and psychology at the same time) Wittgenstein in his LFT.�

    This is one of those rare cases when it is difficult to add anything to what the author has said, as well as to discuss the main idea: language is a way of understanding and discussing the world, beyond which understanding is still possible,but discussion is no longer possible.

  2. A language is a universal system of signs, graphic and phonetic, which can be reproduced, created by one person and decoded by another.

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