Regardless of setting and no matter the circumstances, language is at the root of human interaction. A perplexing phenomenon picked up by toddlers at an almost inconceivably rapid rate, language has been used since the first days of recorded history-because recording history without it would be near impossible. Every voluntary exchange amongst men, and every emerging educational discipline has required effective and efficient communication. From thoughts expressed only in our heads to legal contracts manifesting a mutual agreement, language is necessary. Not only in literature, but also in the natural and social sciences, language plays an indispensable role in communicating and sharing discoveries and truths.
Bates, Jake K.
"Introduction to "Faulty Phrases","
The Intellectual Standard:
1, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/tis/vol1/iss1/7