Some articles on purely, orthographic, purely orthographic:
... that the second process (affecting a, o, u) is purely an orthographic convention, i.e ... Lass 1994) is that this phenomenon is purely orthographic, and that no diphthongization took place ... the corresponding process involving back vowels is indeed purely orthographic, and that diphthongizations like /æ/ → and /e/ → (if this is the correct ...
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“From a purely external point of view there is no will; and to find will in any phenomenon requires a certain empathy; we observe a mans actions and place ourselves partly but not wholly in his position; or we act, and place ourselves partly in the position of an outsider.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)