Combat climate change: ‘War on coal’ is driven by deceptive language
University of Florida linguist M.J. Hardman tells us in his 2002 book, “Language and War,” that, “Language is inseparable from humanity and follows us in all our works. Language is the instrument with which we form thought and feeling, mood, aspiration, will and (action), the instrument by whose means we influence and are influenced.”
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