I wonder about the different schools of thought in recursive language. See for example the case of Pirahã/Avram Noah Chomski/Daniel Leonard Everett reflections.
It seems to me [pardon me because I have a minuscule IQ...] that complex (and by the way complicated) AND large structures NEED "no-recursive language" or language which is recursive but can be used as if would be "no-recursive language". It needs so the communication from the top to down and/or from center to periphery, for example generates more followers if it is not using in full the potential of recursive language.
I share a few examples:
- The two commands from Jesus to his followers.
- Logos of organizations.
- Twitter messages of 140 characters.
The picture tries to capture the easiness that "no recursive language" (if it exists) can bring.