- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
Words limit us ,and in the process of thinking, some abstract solutions first appear, then we translate all this into words.
Well, here you are lying down and suddenly remembered a holiday at the sea,you see the sun, the water surface, the shore, gulls and not words.That is, words are also a kind of universal translator of your images and thoughts, words are secondary, thoughts are primary.
Perhaps instead of words, one day we will share our thoughts, visions, and images with the help of reading technologies and transmitting neural connections, and we will not need words.
I think this is understandable. In the process of thinking, the birth of a word is the final outcome. When you do not think about something, do not reason, but comprehend a new thing or situation for the first time and directly – you do not speak with your brain, but see with your brain. Probably, from the outside it looks like an open mouth and disconnected eyes – the face of a person to whom something “reaches”. It's at the fool's. And the smart guy has the look of a snake: a frozen body, a petrified face, and eyes like the muzzle of a revolver) But the process is the same: the words disappear from the head, a void reigns, and in it the mind clutches the misunderstood object to itself-as an animal clutches a cub to itself. Suddenly-once, and you see the basic relationships within the new thing-graph, geometry, abstract image. And then quickly, quickly fix its meaning in the word.
You just need to distinguish between two” ways of thinking”: synthesizing information from other information, and creating information from scratch. The first is a “fairy tale”, the second is a “vision”. Well, Einstein is a pioneer, so the brain just worked.
I THINK IT'S LIKE A FILM ADAPTATION OF WHAT IF THERE WERE NO BOOK THERE ARE A LOT OF THINGS LEFT ON THE PRINCIPLE OF NOT BEING ABLE TO CONVEY A THOUGHT IN WORDS OUT LOUD THESE ARE JUST BEAUTIFUL WORDS BY AND LARGE I DON'T THINK THAT THE THOUGHT CAN BE FULLY CONVEYED IN WORDS
I can only guess. What he meant was that he doesn't monologue with himself like we usually do. Most likely, Einstein imagined an abstract picture of how and what he does.