what to do In order to develop the proper language? Hi all, I'm new there and I would like to thank you for this beatiful platform. I used this weird topic name because I wasn't confident with the question, which appears to be very general. Anyway, the matter is: I'm a student in economics and I should start in these very days collecting material for the thesis. I decided to orient myself there because after a course in pure math (linear algebra \ maximization, etc) I realized, coming back to economics, how dull and poor is the language used usually by economists in order to attach problems and formalize questions. I then decided to move toward less binded and freerer area like physics and math in order to develop a language capable in helping me formalizing ontologic questions which I can't express with the means I aquired so far. Nowadays many economics think that creating mixture between social sciences and phisics is "cool" but a this moment, I found very little outside finance, which dosn't constitue my first interest. I decided to put there this question because I imagine physic students have a deeper knowledge in theoretical means relating to other subjects (biology, chemistry), and perhaps you could (hoping so!) route me toward some useful direction. As a profane, I had some reading of quantum mechanics and I've been impressed (obviously), but I though that given the time constrain it was better to ask you where to move toward in order to get the wider "language". Thanks again!