Language: a neuroperspective
Language is part of life, maybe also part of me, isn’t it? We have picked up all kinds of habits from languages, though language itself is a strong habit. However, language is not perfect and not everyone understands the limitation and boundary of language. In a society where people are fully attached to language, all kinds of conflicts erupt unavoidably, and this is related to everyone in one way or another.
In this session, let’s look at language from the perspective of neurons; together with neurophilosophy and Buddhist philosophy, let’s reflect upon this tricky topic.
The discussion will always be open and lively.
Here is a video based on the topic in the last session: A neuroperspective on influence