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The research on the unicist ontology of language, among other aspects, explained the functionality that is implicit in the use of words. The results of this research helped individuals to diagnose reality based on the facts implicit in what is said.
In terms of the unicist ontology of language and based on the meaning of words, there are four different “types”: ambiguous words, hollow words, empty words and full words.
But we need to know that words are not hollow, empty, full or ambiguous in absolute terms. Their functionality is defined according to the context in which they are being used.
The selection and use of words implies an implicit functionality to the emitter of the communication. On this basis, there have been established four structural functionalities: Pastime, Rituals, Activity and Conflict Management.
Conflict management turns to be functional when words that are being used are functionally hollow, contents are clear and objective and there is an ambiguity management that allows for conflict solving.
The unicist ontology of language and the functionality of the use of words opened a new frontier for the diagnosis of signs in the communication process and a new way to see conflict management.
You can find more information on The Unicist Ontology of Language at:
More information on the Ontology of the Use of Words in the Building of Minimum and Maximal Strategies:
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