Horeb #13: Ahava, Deah and Dibbur Part 2, Perceiving Entities and their Relations

“Man gives things names… subjectively, from his own point of view as a Nefesh, an individual, Chaya, who receives the acceptable or ejectable impression of the things about him… In these names he expresses the impression which his mind forms of things, and thereby he indicates their… place in his world, ranks them in the appropriate kind, species, etc. of things. All our knowledge of things is such a name-giving.”

— Rav S.R. Hirsch, Commentary on Bereshis 2:19


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