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Do our thoughts require expression in the form of language
Weegy: It depends what type of thinker you are. People are split into three main learning types: visual, auditory and kinaesthetic. [ Those that learn and process information best through pictures or seeing, those who rely on spoken language / instruction and those who do best by performing a task. These basic parameters would suggest that thoughts can be sound based or action based as well as language based. How we represent thought to others is a much easier question, musicians do it with sound, painters with sight, dancers with movement and vision and writers with language. ] (More)
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Do our thoughts require expression in the form of language?
Weegy: Yes. Thinking involves a certain amount of language for involved cognitive thoughts. This is what sets humans aside from other animals. We have the ability to analyze and interpret our environment. [ And we do this with words, sentences, and paragraphs. But when it comes to thoughts of our own feelings and emotions, it may be completely different. For example: When you think about your own feelings, do you find yourself saying "I feel happy" or do you simply feel the emotion without expressing it in words Language allows us to communicate with one another. All of our progress as human beings on this planet has been achieved with communication. We need language to express our thoughts to one another. We use language in spoken and in written form to communicate. And there are tens of thousands of languages in the world. ] (More)
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Do our thoughts require expression in the form of language? Is it possible to think in the absence of language? Why or why not? How are our thoughts represented?
Weegy: houghts do not require expression in the form of language, or in any form of communication at all. Thoughts, by definition, are what occur inside one's mind. [ Whether the individual experiencing the "thoughts" chooses to communicate those thoughts is entirely up to him or her. And, in the event the individual experiencing the "thoughts" chooses to communicate those thoughts to others, he or she chooses the method of communication, in effect, verbal, written, sign, etc. Marriage and relationship counselors will always emphasize the necessity of communicating one's thoughts to one's spouse or partner. Everybody - with the obvious possible exception of those on life-support whose circulatory system continues to function, but whose brain has ceased to function - experiences thoughts. Relationships disintegrate when one or both parties to the relationship refuse, or are emotionally unable, to orally communicate concerns or grievances to the other. ] (More)
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