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comment Using the adjective “expressive” to mean an object allows for expression?
@JohnM.Landsberg Thanks for bringing this up. Yes, the system I'm referring to is a method of expression. Perhaps like writing, films, etc. I'm trying to convey the idea that these are "systems" that allows for expressions. But again, calling them expressive systems would seem to change the actual meanings.
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comment Using the adjective “expressive” to mean an object allows for expression?
hmm... You just brought me to one more question: Does Expressive-System mean the same as Expressive System?
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