I use the verb "correct" here in two different contexts, each with its own unique leverage.
When I use it in "language that corrects the conversation", I'm using it in the ordinary grammatical sense - as in correcting syntax errors, factual inconsistencies, and the like.
When I use it in "the conversation that corrects language", I'm using it in the extraordinary navigational sense - as in executing a mid-course correction.
When the conversation corrects language, the net result is language is tightened up and fine-tuned in service of where the conversation wants to go.
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