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1984 Anticipation Guide

Before reading 1984,I agreed with the statement "for an idea to exit, we must have words to express it". After chapter 1-2 of Owell's book, my belief has changed.
This statement first pushed me to agree with it because for as long as I have lived, I viewed an idea to be a statement. After reading the chapter, I think an idea is truly much more and does not require wording for it to be communicated or expressed or understood by another person. The existence of an idea is solely based on thought and its' context, an does not require words. An idea is capable of existing through actions and not just language so an individual is not required as implied by the word "must", to have words to formulate the existence of an idea.

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