An adjective, such as “flimsy,” describes someone's access to a thing, such as “argument.”
But that's just that someone's access. It may be accurate. But it's theirs nevertheless.
“Hard stone” is how a squirrel experiences a stone (I bet). But stones are very soft for gamma rays.
In a novel, I can use an adjective such as “offensive” and add it to a noun such as “moron” if I want to qualify what someone's experience of the noun is...
But in a Latour Litany, where I'm trying to show that objects transcend how we appropriate them, I'm not going to be using adjectives. Salt. Blood. Black hole. Fire. Idiot.
So that's why we don't use adjectives.
Not because we're Nazis with pathological sexualities.
Just putting that out there. :)