The Perceptual Disparity Between Verbal Ambiguity & Visual Ambiguity

The Perceptual Disparity Between Verbal Ambiguity & Visual Ambiguity Semantics and Surrealism I’ve always found ambiguity to be an intriguing phenomenon, whether inadvertently, arbitrarily or contrived, and regardless of their derivations their pronounced contrasting or multiple interpretations are verbally and visually confounding. Linguistics has a number of subfield; phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics, … Continue reading The Perceptual Disparity Between Verbal Ambiguity & Visual Ambiguity