“Living”, “evolving” and “dead”: we often talk about languages as if they were living organisms. The reason for this use of a metaphor to talk about language lies in the deep complexity of language as a concept. But treating language in this way can have drawbacks: it can lead us to misunderstand the relationship between […]… Learn more.
When carrying out administrative procedures, the user is often asked to authenticate or authenticate what is requested, indistinctly. By using both words, one can consider the influence of the English authentic… Learn more.
Although we don't usually think about it, we have around us one of the fundamental wonders of which our species is capable, and whose invention should guide our idea of what it is to create. Its existence confir… Learn more.