Assuming that the brain (structure) is only constructed using neurons and synapses, then what is the difference between the following linguistic statements from a 'mechanical point of view'?
- Bob is a builder.
- Bob should be a builder.
- Bob must be a builder.
In each statement, there are the same "neurons" involved: "Bob" and "builder". I am trying to understand how both neurons could be connected/modelled in each statement in order to differentiate between the semantics.