78 THE HUMANITY OF WORDS
to speak of order in our inner selves, in our personalities as they become part of the field, and in the world in which we live. But most especially, wTe should be unable to use wrords by which to remake our selves and our world in improved design.
We are, therefore, greatly indebted to the pioneer work of Ogden and Richards. 1 have, of course, been limited to the use of symbols by which to explicate the symbols of Ogden and Richards. The referents of my symbols should be discoverable in The Meaning of Meaning. If you will go to the referents there, you will discover a far more detailed discussion than I have been able to include in the few pages of this Primer.