LINGUIST List 12.1477

Sun Jun 3 2001

Confs: Quantum Linguistics Dialogue, New Mexico, USA

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  1. Dan Moonhawk Alford, 1st International Quantum Linguistics Dialogue, ABQ NM, 7/9-10

Message 1: 1st International Quantum Linguistics Dialogue, ABQ NM, 7/9-10

Date: Sat, 02 Jun 2001 12:50:22 -0700
From: Dan Moonhawk Alford <>
Subject: 1st International Quantum Linguistics Dialogue, ABQ NM, 7/9-10

The 1st International Quantum Linguistics Dialogue will take place
July 9-10, 2001, at the SEED campus in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

So far, 15 participants from the US, Canada, and Australia, who will
mostly be staying over after the 3rd Annual "Language of Spirituality"
Dialogue (this year with a focus on "The Spirits of Languages"), are
coming together - some with independent conceptions what of a new
quantum linguistics subfield would look like, and some with indigenous
teachings concerning human language and their own languages (some of
which I've reported to this List in the past) which have never found
representation -- or even a fair hearing -- in traditional linguistics
for over 200 years.

If you don't know what physics Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson talking
to top Native American intellectual leaders has to do with
linguistics, or why in a rough way "quantum" = "spirit" = "meaning,"
see my webpage (URL in .sig) for Bohmian Dialogues under Quantum

For more details about QLxD1, write me at <> --
especially if you'd like to participate (no audience this time), since
the meeting is private and by invitation only. It's intended that a
transcript of the sessions will be available next year from SEED

warm regards, moonhawk
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