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Then if some people do not have inner speech nor inner images, how do their brain work?
I am always having either inner speech or inner images no matter what I am doing from playing the piano to kissing my girlfriend, maybe the only time I don't is when I make calculations; I see numbers but then again those could be considered inner images or a kind of inner speech...
what is in the head of people who don't have neither inner speech nor inner images?
Thinking without words or images is possible
What is sensory awareness, and why is it overlooked?
To unravel Jessica's paradox: apprehend one moment at a time
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