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Diana Manister wrote:
> 
> But Rick, the formula communicates no affect. Someone reading it might
> be enraged, mystified, saddened or amazed. The affect is in the
> observer, not in the language. Diana

Affect can't be anyplace _but_ the observer. The language can trigger
affect but it is incoherent to speak of affect being "in the language."

Carrol