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There’s also something to be said about the quality, speed and depth of thought at different levels if vocalization. Here i’m referring to thought itself, and not the communication of the thought.

Vocalized thought is at the speed of speech, sub-vocalization (reading under your breath/muttering) is a bit faster. The less constrained by language, the faster thought is.

The energy expended in expressing and turning thought into speech or script, and what gets lost in translation into language. Feeling expressed body language, beyond facial gestures, all the postures, breathing pace, etc that’s not encoded into any description of characters in novels, or accounts of events.

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