[78-L] "Natural"? OT?
saag at telia.com.invalid
Mon Sep 1 17:37:46 PDT 2014
Sure is a trend and it has been on the rise for some thousand years.
Thomas Aquinas, Hobbes, Rousseau, Hume...all recorded about the State of
Nature. So did John Rawles and Lou Rawles.
See it from a non-Christian standpoint, without opposing nature and
spirit. "Natural" then means not being governed by the artifices of
society, of rules and regulations. No preservatives. No artificial flavours.
On 2014-09-02 01:46, jsalerno at earthlink.net wrote:
> Natural woman - another example of more recent song lyrics. I am
> clueless about such things. Does it even mean the same thing in
> different songs? Given that it apparently does not, I would say that it
> is a response to the popularity of the word in modern advertising and such.
> It is a popular word in food products. I see it as a fad, a trend.
> Joe Salerno
> On 9/1/2014 5:45 PM, Julian Vein wrote:
>> What is the significance of the use of the adjective "natural" in song
>> lyrics? For instance, "natural town"; "natural child"; "natural man".
>> Julian Vein
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