Law and language in a multilingual society

Louis Harms
2017 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal  
Terence McKenna, in Wild Ducks Flying Backwards, said that he did not believe that the world is made of quarks or electro-magnetic waves, or stars, or planets, or of any such things. 'I believe' he said, 'the world is made of language.' It would have been more correct to have said that the world is made of languages, many of them.
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