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Should we have a single global language?
We should have a single global language.
International trade and cooperation would become easier, which would be beneficial for the global economy.
A universal language would lead to greater equality of opportunities around the world.
Lives are lost due to translation errors in
air traffic control
With one global language, people will be able to communicate with each other regardless of their area.
If we do not need to learn different languages but only one single language, we have the possibility to spend our time for more important activities.
We could take advantage of this occasion to create a better language.
There is no way to implement this idea without totalitarianism.
Creating a universal language and spreading its use worldwide is a disproportionate effort for something that doesn't represent a real problem.
Technological advancements would vastly outpace any attempts to implement this globally.
A global language would kill diversity of thought and culture.
A global language to be understood by all would not succeed in its mission due to practical impossibilities.
Polyglots have a
to learn and acquire new information and process information in different ways. We could lose a neurological function of the brain, which could lead to a lack of innovation and creativity.
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