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cards in piles) – name to each object, ignored name and context when categorizing  piles, names and number of names going to be different because of languages; how  much do the linguistic categories compare in each language, do we see same degrees  of representation *Influence of Language on Thought fdf -no such influence, intertwined? -language creates thoughts? There are no thoughts without language? Our  thoughts are linguistic by language, creates all and every thought; thoughts different if  expressed thru different medium (diff language)  -Can you have thoughts before expressing them with language?      -Language X lacks a word for Y       - English has word for dead body (corpse), but not dead tree; easier to  conceptualize , reason to create a single such word because concept is expressed often  – cultural explanation for word; d é j à  vu -Child sees character become hidden behind screen, 2 nd  hand comes with 2 nd  character added behind screen. Will the infant be more surprised (stare longer) if one or  two is behind screen when lifted? More surprised with one just as adult would -how language expresses thoughts, are language and thoughts one in the same?  Nothing beyond that? 
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