Depth-foolosophy? It's what I call a simultaneous obsession with linguistic philosophy, depth psychology, religious myth, and the philosophic tradition.
Thought is made of words. Therefore linguistic philosophy. Depth psychology is a word-picture of the mind. The mind includes what not? Psychology descended from philosophy you say? The word perhaps but not the science. Psychology is theology is philosophy is poetry.
Man lives in a unified body of word. Distinctions are useful but deceptive. I'm voting Holism.
We are able to remember meanings of words through methods of pictures and experiences. When a childs father tells the boy to go pick all the red roses in the garden, the child must remember what red is. If he doesn't know, someone must show him. However, for words such as "The", "or", "What", "Therefore", and "Please", we learn it some other way. We base our knowledge and communication around these words that we've engraved into our minds in younger ages. Language has suddenly become more interesting then I'd thought it to be in the 4th grade. What amazes me is how are minds adapt so easily, to slang, mind fcuk, and statement condensing.
I could be typing to you in scrambled words, and you'd still understand me based upon the point that I'm discussing right now. It'z pryety koel rgiht? that was spelled like ****, but you still know what I'm getting across. It's like our minds can unscramble words in less then a milisecond. Almost as if we're reading correct English! As a matter of fact, i know some people that read "Text Speak", better then they are able to read correct grammar and spelling! Lmao. Ain't it great?
It's also intriguing on how we shorten statements, yet still understand eachother. Say builder A is working with builder B. Builder B has next to him, some pipes, some bricks, and some nails. All builder A has to do is say, "Brick!" and Builder B will hand Builder A a brick. Builder A doesn't have to say, "Hand me a brick," which implies everything that it means. Where as the word "Brick" would only apply to a type of material. This leads me to think that maybe usage and tone of word is more important than definition.