Well, we all use the word “e” when we are referring to something, but actually the word “e” can be quite diverse and refer to anything and everything, including ideas.
It’s very difficult to explain exactly what this word means to all of us humans, so let’s just say for this purpose it is an abstract idea that is being described.
In this case “e” is the only word that can make a clear, concise sense. The best way to understand it can be explained by the following example.
1. Alice has an idea for a recipe book. 2. She comes up with it, but it doesn’t include any recipes. 3. And the question is – what does she call it? 4. Well, there are only three words that she can think of: recipe, book and cook. 5. She thinks that recipe is really a fancy word describing a book where she can write everything down. 6. So she calls it book-recipe and cookbook, which basically means “book with recipes and cook.” 7. At which point Alice wonders if she should write a cookbook instead of a recipe book. 8. And this is where she decides to write her “cookbook with recipes and cook” or “cookbook with recipes and recipes.” 9. When she thinks of it this way, she is making the decision not to use any other word and just write it with the following characteristics: It is an all-encompassing book
It can be written in all writing systems
It describes whatever it covers 9) (That is the only word that can make that clear)
How do you spell it this way? It’s e.
So how does your brain process and understand this word?
I have never been able to explain it to the average person (I know that, for some of you it’s an impossible task), and I hope that you will give us a chance.
My hypothesis to explain the word “e”:
Our brain makes use of abstract concept or word such that the meaning is always clear and easily identifiable.
For example, in my brain, I find “book” and “recipe” hard to make sense of. If I try to describe them to someone else, they might say:
“What book do you want me to read? (I just called book or recipe the other day) ”
In short, there is this strong association between the word
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