“Fortunately, . . . the verbal community can to some extent solve the problem of privacy. For example, it can teach responses descriptive of internal conditions by using associated public conditions. Something of the same sort happens when a blind person is taught to name the objects he feels by a teacher who merely sees the objects. The teacher can commend or correct him because the visual and tactual stimuli are almost perfectly correlated.” (p. 26)

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