Apr 13, 2020, 8:30 PM
by Bjarg Jonsson
Each academic discipline has its own language and terminology. Part of becoming a professional in a discipline requires a basic mastery of the language used in describing the principles of operation.
I have no academic background in law. However, with a Black’s Law Dictionary one can research what particular words mean in the practice of law. Reasonable suspicion, probable cause, jury nullification, etc can be understood by layman; otherwise a policeman could not arrest someone for a crime and write the changing documents with the elements to reach probable cause for indictment.
I was taught in grad school, the difference between average people and bright people was not whether average people could learn something. But bright people just learn faster, which would be an advantage in multi discipline learning.
John Mark is very important because he is explaining the concepts of propertarianism in the language of the everyday person and they get it. When we want to impress each other with how smart we are we use words (big) which are not normally in the other guy’s lexicon. Want reach the masses, you have use words out of their dictionary. They will get it, tit for tat.