THE ACOUSTO-MECHANOTRONICS OF HUMAN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND COMMUNICATION


Abstract
The insight and ideas available in the Upanishads, the Advaita philosophy, the SphotaVada and the Sabdabrahma Siddhanta on the theory of language acquisition and communication by humans will be translated and presented in modern scientific terms. The acousto-mechanotronics involved therein will be elaborated and four modes of language acquisition and communication will be elucidated. The reversible becoming phenomenon inherent in the language theory will be described. The transformations of sound energy uttered /heard through transducers and reversible transformations of tuned infrasonic psychic energy pulses into electrochemical neurons and biochemical storage inspiring hormones and related bio-chemicals during language communication and acquisition processes as purport-meaning/sense/experience/understanding/insight/verb-sentence/feeling/thought/subject-verb-object/utterance in speaker and the reverse in the listener to get the essence of what is uttered will be provided pictorially. The concepts thus deduced and developed will be used to model human language acquisition and communication processes in combination with ideas from communication engineering transmission and reception processes. The implications of such an insight to the fields of mind-machine modeling, cognitive sciences, natural language comprehension branch of artificial intelligence and physiological psychology will be hinted.
Keywords Upanishadic insight   advaita philosophy  vedanta   sphotavada   sabdabrahmasiddhanta   cognitive sciences   Physics and electronics model of consciousness and mind   mind-machine modeling   bionics   natural language comprehension   physicochemical nature of thoughts and ideas
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