111: Our Language Doesn’t Have a Word For This Title (with Yoel Inbar)
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In Part 2 of our episode with film scholar Yoel Inbar (AOS: Quebecois New Wave Cinema), we break down the philosophy and psychology of the movie Arrival. [Note: Massive spoilers, see the movie first!] Does our language shape our perception of reality? Would you have a child that you knew had a short time to live? What color is 'fuschia'? Why does right-wing radio make you want to dynamite alien spacecrafts? For Part 1 of this episode, see https://verybadwizards.fireside.fm/110Special Guest: Yoel Inbar.Support Very Bad WizardsLinks:yoel inbar :: homeArrival (2016) - IMDbCasasanto, D. (2008). Who's afraid of the big bad Whorf? Crosslinguistic differences in temporal language and thought. Language learning, 58(s1), 63-79. ChicagoBreak Music (soundcloud.com/peezismyname)Linguistic relativity - WikipediaInscrutability of reference - WikipediaSex-related differences in the color lexicon