Quotation by Ludwig Wittgenstein

Suppose we think while we talk or write—I mean, as we normally do—we shall not in general say that we think quicker than we talk, but the thought seems not to be separate from the expression.
Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951), Austrian philosopher, worked mainly at Cambridge University. Philosophical Investigations, part I, sect. 318, p. 104e, Macmillan (1953).

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