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" The use of language is not confined to its being the medium through which we communicate our ideas to one another; it fulfills a no less important function as an instrument of thought; not being merely its vehicle, but giving it wings for flight. "
Thesaurus of English words and phrases, classified so as to facilitate the ... - Page xv
by Peter Mark Roget - 1856
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Historical Dictionary of Quotations in Cognitive Science: A Treasury of ...

Morton Wagman - Philosophy - 2000 - 271 pages
...associations. (Hebb, 1949, p. 118) WORDS Words Are the Means by Which We Form All Our Abstractions The use of language is not confined to its being the medium through which we communicate ideas to one another. . . . Words are the instrument by which we form all our abstractions, by which...
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Der deutsche Wortschatz nach Sachgruppen

Franz Dornseiff - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2004 - 933 pages
Thomas Mann and Lion Feuchtwanger used it, as did Paul Celan and Hermann Kasack: Dornseiff. Peter Hacks wrote, "When two authors got together, they had two rooms, two desks and ...
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