All of the Other Ways of Knowing Are Controlled by Language
What does this statement mean and do you think it is a fair representation of the relationship between perception, emotion, reason and language? (this is included in the title)
To interpret the world and to gain knowledge, people have developed several ways of knowing. These are considered to be perception, emotion, language and reason. The question "all of the other ways of knowing are controlled by language" is a statement that requires further investigation and reflection. Is this really a fair representation of the relationship between these four factors?
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