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Posted by  steveA on May 27, 2003 at 10:41:36:

In Reply to:  Re: Disturbed personality posted by jaycee on May 25, 2003 at 10:24:54:

I agree and disagree. One should be able to make ones point in a clear and succinct way. At the same time, as architects we are charged with optimizing if not bettering our environments, and I would include verbal environments as well. In fact, I don't see how one can apply that agenda to architecture and not the various other forms of expression of which language is only one. Using profanity as everyday language is not only innacurate (the meaning of the words become relative) it reduces language to incidental status, incapable of fostering a critical dialogue on its own. This is primarily a verbal forum where accuracy matters, this is, if you have something to say.

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