But what best defines our relation to language is the pragmatics of our existence.
Our pragmatics is one of process, as the pragmatics of education finally should be.
Their past (ontogeny) and present (pragmatics) are involved in these interactions.
We sometimes apply to these the words Orthobiotics, Didactics, and Pragmatics.
The words "orthobiotics," "didactics," and "pragmatics" might be used to characterize them.
In such situations and locations, the pragmatics of literacy and illiteracy meet and interact.
The inertia of past pragmatics has not yet been annihilated by the dynamics of a fundamental change of direction.
It is well justified to repeat that some of the most enlightened minds overlook the pragmatics of bygone practice.
Whatever the pragmatics affords becomes the new expectation and is projected as the next necessity.
In a way, this threefold sequence shows how syntax is enveloped in semantics, and both in the pragmatics that determines them.