Can you tell me what you think of these:

This are rough copies so I'll be touching them up and rewriting them periodically through the week:

A)

Languages are subject to fade. Ancient tongues diminish as time turns to modernity, however, they are not completely annihilated either. Instead of dying out completely, the ancient language is simply transformed. One word is replaced by a new word though the meaning may remain the same. Aeschylus, as did many of the other classical Greek authors, wrote about themes such as love, hate, vengeance, life, and death. Language and mere opinion on such themes is relative. It is subject to interpretation and to perception. It is not factual. Aeschylus’s comments on the human spirit is left to interpretation, and come a few centuries down the line (and even in his own generation), people may not agree with his ideas.

Mathematical theorems and proves stand the test of time. They may evolve in terms in precision but not in terms of basic tenants and underlying themes and structures. Pythagorean theorems are still used today, milleniaslater. Furthermore, the language around the time of the Pythagoreans has died out eons ago, yet their theorems are still in use in contemporary society. Architects and carpenters are some of the many professions in which Pythagorean theorems are essential.

Mathematical thought and proves can therefore be thought to have a more probable chance of standing time and achieving “immortality”

Statements such as 1 + 1 = 2 stand true for all nations, for all religions, etc,. Words on the other hand, and literature, are subject to change and interpretation depending on the culture and belief system and so forth.

B) Mathematics can be described by language, however—with some few exceptions—language/words cannot be represented by mathematical equations or symbols. A simple mathematical equation such as, a + a = 2a can be represented in words by one solitary stick plus the addition of another solitary stick gives you two sticks. Because mathematics have a tendency to be factual and logical, they can easily be expressed intimately by words, and furthermore they can be described in all different languages. To perform the opposite, proves to be a more difficult task however. It is not as easy to translate a sentence into a mathematical equation or symbols. The reason for this being that words, sentences and language in general are expressive, ambiguous, and emotional and can be interpreted in many different ways. To describe ideas, feelings and emotions through a mathematical equation would be very limited.