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#68 - I think you were making proper use of what the internet (ironi…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/12/2014 on I am slightly disgruntled 0
User avatar #69 - theafroman (01/12/2014) [-]
That's the most neutral reaction i'I've gotten on this content. I'll take it.
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#51 - By the profile pic and your username I deduce that the protago…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/12/2014 on I am slightly disgruntled 0
User avatar #62 - theafroman (01/12/2014) [-]
It really depends on who you think is the "cancerous faggot".
User avatar #68 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
I think you were making proper use of what the internet (ironically or not) calls meme arrows.
User avatar #69 - theafroman (01/12/2014) [-]
That's the most neutral reaction i'I've gotten on this content. I'll take it.
#436 - On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look f…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/12/2014 on get some 0
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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#434 - 1.- It is our responsibility as scientists to prove wether mem…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/12/2014 on get some 0
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User avatar #436 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look for the truth. I wouldn't conduct that experiment looking to prove me right, (I'll admit it, I would definitely hope so) but that is the experiment that would shed light on the mystery of what causes what.

On the feral children: Due to their social nature they are usually raised by animals, and (Ok, this next bit will sound like I'm denying what I just said but bear with me) animals, even if it's not to our level, are able to develop really simple languages. These languages can express feelings of hunger, fear, anger, horniness (is that a word? fuck it, it's a word) etc. But those languages are pretty basic and banal, and unable to express a sense of self. That is what makes human language unique on the planet. I should have used that term before, Human Language. It is when you discover that you exist when you (what I refer to as your soul) are no longer part of the world and you can experience it. Feral children are not human (in the humanistic way, not the biological, of course). They're animals.

By "Beings capable of language" I meant beings that know a language. Like the talking animals in Narnia. The feral children are not capable of language and therefore are unable to experience themselves. Yes, they are capable of learning a language (some of them) but until they do, they're feral. It's interesting that you brought up the word Feral, you can see the same difference in the Ghouls from Fallout. Some are human, some are Feral.
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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#432 - The language is like the operating system for the brain, agree…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/12/2014 on get some 0
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User avatar #434 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
1.- It is our responsibility as scientists to prove wether memories in humans are created through the development of language or if it's independent. I personally believe what I just told you, since you didn't prove me that it was wrong.

Do you know someone who doesn't know any language? We need to know if that person is able to say the famous phrase "I think, ergo I am". Of course, by not having a language he can't tell us, but I guess we will find the technology one day that allows us to do that experiment.

I don't understand in what way does the word capable goes against what I just said.

kudos for the proper arguing
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User avatar #436 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look for the truth. I wouldn't conduct that experiment looking to prove me right, (I'll admit it, I would definitely hope so) but that is the experiment that would shed light on the mystery of what causes what.

On the feral children: Due to their social nature they are usually raised by animals, and (Ok, this next bit will sound like I'm denying what I just said but bear with me) animals, even if it's not to our level, are able to develop really simple languages. These languages can express feelings of hunger, fear, anger, horniness (is that a word? fuck it, it's a word) etc. But those languages are pretty basic and banal, and unable to express a sense of self. That is what makes human language unique on the planet. I should have used that term before, Human Language. It is when you discover that you exist when you (what I refer to as your soul) are no longer part of the world and you can experience it. Feral children are not human (in the humanistic way, not the biological, of course). They're animals.

By "Beings capable of language" I meant beings that know a language. Like the talking animals in Narnia. The feral children are not capable of language and therefore are unable to experience themselves. Yes, they are capable of learning a language (some of them) but until they do, they're feral. It's interesting that you brought up the word Feral, you can see the same difference in the Ghouls from Fallout. Some are human, some are Feral.
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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#430 - I'm calling soul to the person that hears the thoughts in your…  [+] (9 new replies) 01/12/2014 on get some 0
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User avatar #432 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
The language is like the operating system for the brain, agreed? Do you have any recall of a moment in your childhood when you didn't know how to talk? If you do I will take that back. When you learn to talk you can associate things to concepts and you go mapping the universe with mental tags that allow you to navigate through it.
If you've read the Narnia books you may understand it as the difference between the animals that talk and the animals that don't. The ones that can talk are able to notice themselves and act beyond their own interests, while the normal animals are simply enslaved by their passions. They get an impulse, they do it. They want to eat, they kill a rabbit, they want to have sex, they rape a female. Beings that are capable of language are more able to understand the pain of the other being, thus act in a way that minimizes it. Am I being clear?
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User avatar #434 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
1.- It is our responsibility as scientists to prove wether memories in humans are created through the development of language or if it's independent. I personally believe what I just told you, since you didn't prove me that it was wrong.

Do you know someone who doesn't know any language? We need to know if that person is able to say the famous phrase "I think, ergo I am". Of course, by not having a language he can't tell us, but I guess we will find the technology one day that allows us to do that experiment.

I don't understand in what way does the word capable goes against what I just said.

kudos for the proper arguing
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User avatar #436 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look for the truth. I wouldn't conduct that experiment looking to prove me right, (I'll admit it, I would definitely hope so) but that is the experiment that would shed light on the mystery of what causes what.

On the feral children: Due to their social nature they are usually raised by animals, and (Ok, this next bit will sound like I'm denying what I just said but bear with me) animals, even if it's not to our level, are able to develop really simple languages. These languages can express feelings of hunger, fear, anger, horniness (is that a word? fuck it, it's a word) etc. But those languages are pretty basic and banal, and unable to express a sense of self. That is what makes human language unique on the planet. I should have used that term before, Human Language. It is when you discover that you exist when you (what I refer to as your soul) are no longer part of the world and you can experience it. Feral children are not human (in the humanistic way, not the biological, of course). They're animals.

By "Beings capable of language" I meant beings that know a language. Like the talking animals in Narnia. The feral children are not capable of language and therefore are unable to experience themselves. Yes, they are capable of learning a language (some of them) but until they do, they're feral. It's interesting that you brought up the word Feral, you can see the same difference in the Ghouls from Fallout. Some are human, some are Feral.
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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#426 - So if two people have the same contexts, information and face …  [+] (11 new replies) 01/12/2014 on get some 0
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User avatar #430 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
I'm calling soul to the person that hears the thoughts in your head. Do you have a voice that speaks in your head? you must listen to it, therefore, you are a soul, with the connotation that I'm using. You can also call it a conscience, a mind continuum (like the buddhists call it), something that allows you to separate yourself from the universe. It is created when you learn a language.
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User avatar #432 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
The language is like the operating system for the brain, agreed? Do you have any recall of a moment in your childhood when you didn't know how to talk? If you do I will take that back. When you learn to talk you can associate things to concepts and you go mapping the universe with mental tags that allow you to navigate through it.
If you've read the Narnia books you may understand it as the difference between the animals that talk and the animals that don't. The ones that can talk are able to notice themselves and act beyond their own interests, while the normal animals are simply enslaved by their passions. They get an impulse, they do it. They want to eat, they kill a rabbit, they want to have sex, they rape a female. Beings that are capable of language are more able to understand the pain of the other being, thus act in a way that minimizes it. Am I being clear?
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User avatar #434 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
1.- It is our responsibility as scientists to prove wether memories in humans are created through the development of language or if it's independent. I personally believe what I just told you, since you didn't prove me that it was wrong.

Do you know someone who doesn't know any language? We need to know if that person is able to say the famous phrase "I think, ergo I am". Of course, by not having a language he can't tell us, but I guess we will find the technology one day that allows us to do that experiment.

I don't understand in what way does the word capable goes against what I just said.

kudos for the proper arguing
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User avatar #436 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look for the truth. I wouldn't conduct that experiment looking to prove me right, (I'll admit it, I would definitely hope so) but that is the experiment that would shed light on the mystery of what causes what.

On the feral children: Due to their social nature they are usually raised by animals, and (Ok, this next bit will sound like I'm denying what I just said but bear with me) animals, even if it's not to our level, are able to develop really simple languages. These languages can express feelings of hunger, fear, anger, horniness (is that a word? fuck it, it's a word) etc. But those languages are pretty basic and banal, and unable to express a sense of self. That is what makes human language unique on the planet. I should have used that term before, Human Language. It is when you discover that you exist when you (what I refer to as your soul) are no longer part of the world and you can experience it. Feral children are not human (in the humanistic way, not the biological, of course). They're animals.

By "Beings capable of language" I meant beings that know a language. Like the talking animals in Narnia. The feral children are not capable of language and therefore are unable to experience themselves. Yes, they are capable of learning a language (some of them) but until they do, they're feral. It's interesting that you brought up the word Feral, you can see the same difference in the Ghouls from Fallout. Some are human, some are Feral.
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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#336 - Fair enough. Do you agree with the idea that every action …  [+] (13 new replies) 01/12/2014 on get some 0
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User avatar #426 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
So if two people have the same contexts, information and face the same choice, they should both choose the same option, right? That would also mean that they are the same person, so their souls are the exact same. They are differentiated only by their separate physical existences. The difference in their sensorial inputs is what makes them different people. So there you have a moral anchor to keep you from hurting people. You are essentially hurting yourself.
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User avatar #430 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
I'm calling soul to the person that hears the thoughts in your head. Do you have a voice that speaks in your head? you must listen to it, therefore, you are a soul, with the connotation that I'm using. You can also call it a conscience, a mind continuum (like the buddhists call it), something that allows you to separate yourself from the universe. It is created when you learn a language.
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User avatar #432 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
The language is like the operating system for the brain, agreed? Do you have any recall of a moment in your childhood when you didn't know how to talk? If you do I will take that back. When you learn to talk you can associate things to concepts and you go mapping the universe with mental tags that allow you to navigate through it.
If you've read the Narnia books you may understand it as the difference between the animals that talk and the animals that don't. The ones that can talk are able to notice themselves and act beyond their own interests, while the normal animals are simply enslaved by their passions. They get an impulse, they do it. They want to eat, they kill a rabbit, they want to have sex, they rape a female. Beings that are capable of language are more able to understand the pain of the other being, thus act in a way that minimizes it. Am I being clear?
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User avatar #434 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
1.- It is our responsibility as scientists to prove wether memories in humans are created through the development of language or if it's independent. I personally believe what I just told you, since you didn't prove me that it was wrong.

Do you know someone who doesn't know any language? We need to know if that person is able to say the famous phrase "I think, ergo I am". Of course, by not having a language he can't tell us, but I guess we will find the technology one day that allows us to do that experiment.

I don't understand in what way does the word capable goes against what I just said.

kudos for the proper arguing
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User avatar #436 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look for the truth. I wouldn't conduct that experiment looking to prove me right, (I'll admit it, I would definitely hope so) but that is the experiment that would shed light on the mystery of what causes what.

On the feral children: Due to their social nature they are usually raised by animals, and (Ok, this next bit will sound like I'm denying what I just said but bear with me) animals, even if it's not to our level, are able to develop really simple languages. These languages can express feelings of hunger, fear, anger, horniness (is that a word? fuck it, it's a word) etc. But those languages are pretty basic and banal, and unable to express a sense of self. That is what makes human language unique on the planet. I should have used that term before, Human Language. It is when you discover that you exist when you (what I refer to as your soul) are no longer part of the world and you can experience it. Feral children are not human (in the humanistic way, not the biological, of course). They're animals.

By "Beings capable of language" I meant beings that know a language. Like the talking animals in Narnia. The feral children are not capable of language and therefore are unable to experience themselves. Yes, they are capable of learning a language (some of them) but until they do, they're feral. It's interesting that you brought up the word Feral, you can see the same difference in the Ghouls from Fallout. Some are human, some are Feral.
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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#332 - Would you stop believing me if I told you that it involves the…  [+] (15 new replies) 01/12/2014 on get some 0
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User avatar #336 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
Fair enough.
Do you agree with the idea that every action that every person makes is a choice, and the outcome of that choice is decided through the previews experience of the person, meaning that there is only one possible way that things could go and that way is the way they went? It's called Determinism, if I'm not wrong.
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User avatar #426 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
So if two people have the same contexts, information and face the same choice, they should both choose the same option, right? That would also mean that they are the same person, so their souls are the exact same. They are differentiated only by their separate physical existences. The difference in their sensorial inputs is what makes them different people. So there you have a moral anchor to keep you from hurting people. You are essentially hurting yourself.
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User avatar #430 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
I'm calling soul to the person that hears the thoughts in your head. Do you have a voice that speaks in your head? you must listen to it, therefore, you are a soul, with the connotation that I'm using. You can also call it a conscience, a mind continuum (like the buddhists call it), something that allows you to separate yourself from the universe. It is created when you learn a language.
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User avatar #432 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
The language is like the operating system for the brain, agreed? Do you have any recall of a moment in your childhood when you didn't know how to talk? If you do I will take that back. When you learn to talk you can associate things to concepts and you go mapping the universe with mental tags that allow you to navigate through it.
If you've read the Narnia books you may understand it as the difference between the animals that talk and the animals that don't. The ones that can talk are able to notice themselves and act beyond their own interests, while the normal animals are simply enslaved by their passions. They get an impulse, they do it. They want to eat, they kill a rabbit, they want to have sex, they rape a female. Beings that are capable of language are more able to understand the pain of the other being, thus act in a way that minimizes it. Am I being clear?
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User avatar #434 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
1.- It is our responsibility as scientists to prove wether memories in humans are created through the development of language or if it's independent. I personally believe what I just told you, since you didn't prove me that it was wrong.

Do you know someone who doesn't know any language? We need to know if that person is able to say the famous phrase "I think, ergo I am". Of course, by not having a language he can't tell us, but I guess we will find the technology one day that allows us to do that experiment.

I don't understand in what way does the word capable goes against what I just said.

kudos for the proper arguing
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User avatar #436 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look for the truth. I wouldn't conduct that experiment looking to prove me right, (I'll admit it, I would definitely hope so) but that is the experiment that would shed light on the mystery of what causes what.

On the feral children: Due to their social nature they are usually raised by animals, and (Ok, this next bit will sound like I'm denying what I just said but bear with me) animals, even if it's not to our level, are able to develop really simple languages. These languages can express feelings of hunger, fear, anger, horniness (is that a word? fuck it, it's a word) etc. But those languages are pretty basic and banal, and unable to express a sense of self. That is what makes human language unique on the planet. I should have used that term before, Human Language. It is when you discover that you exist when you (what I refer to as your soul) are no longer part of the world and you can experience it. Feral children are not human (in the humanistic way, not the biological, of course). They're animals.

By "Beings capable of language" I meant beings that know a language. Like the talking animals in Narnia. The feral children are not capable of language and therefore are unable to experience themselves. Yes, they are capable of learning a language (some of them) but until they do, they're feral. It's interesting that you brought up the word Feral, you can see the same difference in the Ghouls from Fallout. Some are human, some are Feral.
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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User avatar #332 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
Would you stop believing me if I told you that it involves the use of drugs?
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User avatar #336 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
Fair enough.
Do you agree with the idea that every action that every person makes is a choice, and the outcome of that choice is decided through the previews experience of the person, meaning that there is only one possible way that things could go and that way is the way they went? It's called Determinism, if I'm not wrong.
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User avatar #426 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
So if two people have the same contexts, information and face the same choice, they should both choose the same option, right? That would also mean that they are the same person, so their souls are the exact same. They are differentiated only by their separate physical existences. The difference in their sensorial inputs is what makes them different people. So there you have a moral anchor to keep you from hurting people. You are essentially hurting yourself.
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User avatar #430 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
I'm calling soul to the person that hears the thoughts in your head. Do you have a voice that speaks in your head? you must listen to it, therefore, you are a soul, with the connotation that I'm using. You can also call it a conscience, a mind continuum (like the buddhists call it), something that allows you to separate yourself from the universe. It is created when you learn a language.
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User avatar #432 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
The language is like the operating system for the brain, agreed? Do you have any recall of a moment in your childhood when you didn't know how to talk? If you do I will take that back. When you learn to talk you can associate things to concepts and you go mapping the universe with mental tags that allow you to navigate through it.
If you've read the Narnia books you may understand it as the difference between the animals that talk and the animals that don't. The ones that can talk are able to notice themselves and act beyond their own interests, while the normal animals are simply enslaved by their passions. They get an impulse, they do it. They want to eat, they kill a rabbit, they want to have sex, they rape a female. Beings that are capable of language are more able to understand the pain of the other being, thus act in a way that minimizes it. Am I being clear?
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User avatar #434 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
1.- It is our responsibility as scientists to prove wether memories in humans are created through the development of language or if it's independent. I personally believe what I just told you, since you didn't prove me that it was wrong.

Do you know someone who doesn't know any language? We need to know if that person is able to say the famous phrase "I think, ergo I am". Of course, by not having a language he can't tell us, but I guess we will find the technology one day that allows us to do that experiment.

I don't understand in what way does the word capable goes against what I just said.

kudos for the proper arguing
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User avatar #436 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
On our responsibility as scientists, I believe it is to look for the truth. I wouldn't conduct that experiment looking to prove me right, (I'll admit it, I would definitely hope so) but that is the experiment that would shed light on the mystery of what causes what.

On the feral children: Due to their social nature they are usually raised by animals, and (Ok, this next bit will sound like I'm denying what I just said but bear with me) animals, even if it's not to our level, are able to develop really simple languages. These languages can express feelings of hunger, fear, anger, horniness (is that a word? fuck it, it's a word) etc. But those languages are pretty basic and banal, and unable to express a sense of self. That is what makes human language unique on the planet. I should have used that term before, Human Language. It is when you discover that you exist when you (what I refer to as your soul) are no longer part of the world and you can experience it. Feral children are not human (in the humanistic way, not the biological, of course). They're animals.

By "Beings capable of language" I meant beings that know a language. Like the talking animals in Narnia. The feral children are not capable of language and therefore are unable to experience themselves. Yes, they are capable of learning a language (some of them) but until they do, they're feral. It's interesting that you brought up the word Feral, you can see the same difference in the Ghouls from Fallout. Some are human, some are Feral.
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User avatar #442 - churrundo (01/12/2014) [-]
We are having difficulties in communication via comment replies, since we are using concepts with different connotations, and I'm getting lazy to define each and one of them. Let's part our ways knowing we both were looking for the truth and we both have a part of it, but we don't have the right medium to exchange those parts to create completion. Godspeed you magnificent bastard.
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User avatar #17 - chuffberry (01/08/2014) [-]
okay she's not picking up her cell. i'm just gonna delete everything. sorry guys. i have been a bad OP
User avatar #18 - churrundo (01/08/2014) [-]
The seriousness of the last post was enough to make me believe. Godspeed.
User avatar #14 - beezox (01/08/2014) [-]
sooo blue dude, like holy shit i can barley read that shit
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User avatar #8 - shadowkingdr (12/31/2013) [-]
what?
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User avatar #89 - loneranger (12/28/2013) [-]
You're so blue your parents must have been Eiffel 65.
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#47 - azraelthemage (12/27/2013) [-]
That's where the last Xbox got it's name.
User avatar #30 - enemyoftrn (12/27/2013) [-]
And you will smack right into her...
User avatar #57 - churrundo (12/27/2013) [-]
just as planned
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User avatar #33 - enemyoftrn (12/27/2013) [-]
Because I was directly behind the joke when it did 360 degrees and ran away from me.

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#8 - alekksandar (05/03/2013) [-]
Are you a ****** ?

a) Yes

b) Yes
User avatar #9 to #8 - churrundo (05/03/2013) [-]
look at my profile pic. it's me.
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User avatar #3 - ryanfitzy (02/05/2013) [-]
Hey, I sent you some cool items for your carrot. It's one item I don't seem to have lol. Thx
#4 to #3 - churrundo (02/05/2013) [-]
it was my first item
User avatar #5 to #4 - ryanfitzy (02/05/2013) [-]
Can I trade you for somethin else, I don't got?
User avatar #6 to #5 - churrundo (02/05/2013) [-]
whatever, i don't even use them
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User avatar #2 to #1 - churrundo (10/27/2012) [-]
shure, what do you offer?
User avatar #7 to #2 - ryanfitzy (02/05/2013) [-]
give u a cool ninja star and a gold candy, for ur red one. i dont think i got that.
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