… or does he mean broader?
I guess what I’m trying to say is, if, as Boas famously claimed, the Eskimos have dozens of words for “snow,” then in an emerging knowledge work society, we should have more than a handful of words to describe the mental efforts on which, more and more, our livelihoods depend.
Needless to say, I agree completely with the sentiments. I am not an advocate of never changing language - but I do like it to be used correctly. e.g. (or ‘i.e.’ as too many people write), the use of ‘e.g.’ Read The Whole Thing Here.
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