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Im really not sure how a lot of things I took away from Cheryl Browns Lecture related to the Canterbury Tales but they are worthy of reaction nonetheless I wonder really if we are limited in the English Language with a word like love that can mean so many different things We have to take the word in context to fully understand its degree We can find that the word in I love pretzels is a lesser degree than I love my mother We do have words that might fit the first sentence like enjoy But for one there arent too many other words and two these words dont really express the affection love is meant to in the original sentence So we have these two degrees and a third which is hate hate like love We really need a word in between true love and like that can express my affection of pretzels Snow was such a big part of the Eskimos daily like that they developed 30 different words to describe it Certainly the need can be understood as well as the ability of snow to have so many different states Between water and ice we have slush wet snow powder hard snow and frozen snow We can easily imagine words for more watery slush wet powder and hard powder There are many possible degrees that would be important to a society so involved with snow So the idea of fuzzy logic comes in It asks the question how much is what you have snow or how much is my affection for pretzels love on a numerical scale I think this would help with our words I 9love you mom I 75love pretzels Without getting too much into my personal life my fiance who was then my girlfriend told me that she really really liked me Being a big dork I asked her what that meant and told her that it made me
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