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Mike Essig

“According to the Sapir-Whorf-Korzybski Hypothesis, the language people speak habitually influences their sense perceptions, their “concepts,” and even the way they feel about themselves and the world in general”

No. They do not. What you typed was a commonly held belief in the 1800s. This belief led to the arrogant behavior displayed by the English and the French in the New World when dealing with Native Americans: their language is simple, they must be stupid. Sapir himself, one hundred years later, came to the opposite conclusion: “It is easy to show that language and culture are not intrinsically associated”.

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