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" To think is to speak low; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate. "
Max Müller and the Science of Language: A Criticism - Sivu 29
tekijä(t) William Dwight Whitney - 1892 - 79 sivua
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

1864
...in various degrees on all creation. f But in the succeeding century (the fourteenth), \W3 have * " To think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The Word is the thought incarnate." — Science of Language, by Professor Max. Miiller. t We find this...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 91

1862
...thinks connectedly — no animal speaks, except man ; and that language and thought are inseparable. " Words without thought are dead sounds ; thoughts without...think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate." But this does not prove his position that all words are necessarily...

Lectures on the science of language delivered at the Royal institution of ...

Max Muller - 1861
...for brute. No animal thinks, and no animal speaks, except man. Language and thought are inseparable. Words without thought are dead sounds; thoughts without...think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate. And now I am afraid I have but a few minutes left to explain the...

Inspiration and interpretation

1861
...the Creator ? It has been said, that thought is internal speech, and speech the external of thought. "To* think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate." And in like manner as the Eternal Word existed as the Word before...

The London Review, Nide 17

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1862
...lecture. ' No animal thinks, and no animal speaks, except man. Language and thought are inseparable. Words without thought are dead sounds; thoughts without...think is to speak low; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate/ What the primitive form of language was, so far as observation and...

The Congregational Review, Nide 2

1862
...Our author next approaches his conclusion in these words : " Language and thought are inseparable, words without thought are dead sounds ; thoughts without...think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate." The roots are found to be the first words in the foundation and...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 91

1862
...thinks counectedly — no animal speaks, except man ; and that language and thought are inseparable. " Words without thought are dead sounds ; thoughts without...think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate." But this does not prove his position that all words are necessarily...

Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal ..., Nide 1

Friedrich Max Müller - 1862
...for brute. No animal thinks, and no animal speaks, except man. Language and thought are inseparable. Words without thought are dead sounds ; thoughts without...think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. The word is the thought incarnate. And now I am afraid I have but a few minutes left to explain the...

Replies to "Essays and Reviews"

Edward Meyrick Goulburn - 1862 - 438 sivua
...name, and the most proper name, for brute. No animal thinks, and no animal speaks, except man. ... To think is to speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. . . . That faculty [articulate expression of rational conceptions] was not of his own making. . . ....

Replies to "Essays and Reviews"

rev. E.M. Goulburn - 1862
...name, and the most proper name, for brute. No animal thinks, and no animal speaks, except man. ... To think is to. speak low ; to speak is to think aloud. . . . TJiat faculty [articulate expression of rational conceptions] was not of his own making. . ....




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