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The issues this hypothesis raised not only pertain to the field of linguistics but also had a bearing on Psychology, Ethnology, Anthropology, Sociology, Philosophy, as well as on the natural sciences.
There is controversy whether this a scientific hypothesis or more of a political notion.
This entry starts with a brief con- sideration.
This idea lies behind the m of LeftWing and PostModern philosophers. For example, an Apache sentence meaning "He invites people to a feast" is translated into English as "He, or somebody, goes for eaters of cooked food. To Whorf, examples like this proved that the Apache mind had to be fundamentally different from his own. Whorf's claim that the Hopi have no concept of time does not stand up to scrutiny.
Richard J. Gerrig, Mahzarin R. Banaji, in Thinking and Problem Solving, 1994.
ogists and linguists belongs mainly to the tradition concerned with. 111. Studies in this. tradition have sought to describe and compare the semantics of the color lexicons of dif-. Some of the better known, early studies are those of Gleason.
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