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Short answer: Probably not. Let's first keep in mind that very few split-brain patients have ever been studied. Add to this that inner speech is not a well studied area in general. As the resulting Venn diagram suggests, there is next to nothing known about inner speech in split-brain patients. Second, remember that one of the key reasons why inner ...


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This is not quite your question, but it's the closest thing I know of. There's a significant amount of work suggesting that purely morphological attributes can shape conceptualization: looking at the impact of grammatical gender on the attributes assigned to the nouns that have a specific grammatical gender--that is, grammatically male nouns are rated ...


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The answer would be no. To go along with the comments babies feel emotions however do not know words. As they grow adults help them organize their emotions for example a baby cries with frustration and anger because they may be hungry as you get older you have learned how to deal with that experience. As it is impossible to feel any emotion without having a ...


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First some linguistic theory background. Noam Chomsky has hypothesized that language developed internally to facilitate certain aspects of human cognition. According to Chomsky's hypothesis, human ability to articulate language audibly for communication appeared much later. Chomsky claims that the rather sudden emergence of language as communication points ...


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Math is a language too. Can I quantify a color? Absolutely. That does not necessarily impart meaning as humans are won't to do...for example "purple" is the color of Royalty so while me might be able to recreate a color into our physical realm "with nary a word" we might be missing out on its "substance" since as humans we are wont to draw inferences based ...



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