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Apr
3
comment Is there a term to describe an inability to express emotion or feelings?
I had posted a somewhat related question.. I'm using the android app so I'm not sure I can link to it but check through my profile you'll find it
Oct
10
comment Is there a psychological explanation for people being 'overcome by the Holy Spirit'?
A physiological explanation might be found here. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_helmet
Mar
11
comment What is the relationship between language and the level of comprehension of consciousness?
I think I understand your argument and I like how you summarized it at the end. I'm looking for related materials on the subject - do you know of any? Also, I think that the evolution of language (words/concepts/ideas/etc..) has the potential to push us even further from defining matters of consciousness in a concise manner. Just like the effect that happened when we wanted to find out what neutrons and protons are assembled of. The discoveries there just pushed more language and concepts into existence while casting more shadows on the truth of what and why matter is
Mar
11
comment What is the relationship between language and the level of comprehension of consciousness?
I don't understand why it is too vague. As simple as I can restate the question: Does language directly impose a limit on the level of understanding of the mechanics of cognition? If so, are there materials to be consumed that discuss this relationship?
Feb
1
comment How much information is lost when conveying an experience or emotion to another person?
Don't focus so much on emotions... what about experience? If I experience an unusual perception (sound, sight, feeling, etc..) is it possible to convey that experience in full using words and/or actions?
Feb
1
comment Does language and/or culture affect an individual's cognitive capacity?
i agree... good answer with backed up evidence. I was not interested in cognitive ability as I agree with you on environmental impact. Instead, I wonder if environment, for example, can limit one's introspective depth of understanding his/her cognition