Words can interfere with insight

    There’s no doubt that language is a powerful tool. It defines and clarifies the world around us, but, when naming things becomes an exercise in competitive correctness, words can interfere with insight.

    That’s the issue WHYY’s Chris Satullo explores in this week’s Center Square.

    Listen: [audio: satullo20090621.mp3]

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