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Hello Friends;

In this sentence, Does "external objects" refer to "world" and "a way of connecting to people" refer to "language"?

"We throw language into the world as external objects as a way of connecting to people."


I mean, Is it correct that, regarding the sentence, we say "We throw language as a way of connecting to people into the world as external objects"?

Thanks for your help.

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In this sentence, Does "external objects" refer to "world" and "a way of connecting to people" refer to "language"? Yes

"We throw language into the world as external objects as a way of connecting to people."


I mean, Is it correct that, regarding the sentence, we say "We throw language as a way of connecting to people into the world as external objects"? Yes, but I like the original better.


You are reading philosophy. This is difficult subject matter for people learning English. Modern philosophers like Froese spend a lot of time defining their terms, eg object/objectify, so you always need to consider the context when you try to understand a single sentence..

Clive