Well, Vladimir - at least you added a 'smiley' to that!
On 17 Jan 2011, at 12:34, Vladimir wrote:
> Roger and Mike,
> I understood what Roger meant by "languge games". My point was that
> Roger was playing a game of this kind. Tonight I will get familiar
> with Wittgenstein's work on this subject and share my impression.
> P.s.: I'm not lazy to post only when I'm angry. But because of being
> able easily to solve a problem I may seem humorous:-)
> > You might well be right, Vladimir!
> > The house photos are me messing about with the forum that all you
> > seem to be sharing (including my two sons, who refuse to have me
> as a
> > 'friend' on their sites! The photos are also for a couple of people
> > who have visited me (in my old house`), and might be interested in
> > 'new' one. I'm trying to be very personal on my Facebook,
> Vladimir, in
> > order to get a grasp of what other individuals find compelling.
> > I am sorry, but I still have difficulties with understanding your
> > intended meaning. and when you are being humorous and when
> > Someone once said, that the one of the most difficult thing between
> > different languages is the subtleties of humour. In UK we
> > notice this between ourselves and US citizens. There is a noticeable
> > c;lash in both culture's understanding of humor.
> > What I would value, though, is you insight into Wittgenstein's later
> > work, and how that relates to the topics that have proved
> sometimes of
> > interest on this forum.
> > Roger
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