Proficient Multilingualism is the future


Let’s get serious about global communication.

In the Age of Nationalism, which is what we continue to live in, we tend to forget that communication between peoples requires a range of compromises, not least of all in the use of language, in the use of concepts, in daily experience even, and in the ethnocentrism inherent in all of us.

A dialogue between a Malaysian and an Indonesian, as one between a Swede and a Norwegian, may require very li le departure from each his own language.

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