Is thinking possible without language?
You may need language to identify thoughts even if language is another sense or form of communicating.
Do babies not think before they understand language?
Are all thoughts verbal, or are some of them purely visual, based on things you've seen?
I think the answer to your question is that yes, thinking is possible without language.
Infants can start to puzzle out patterns in the world and cause and event, but without language, they cannot express themselves, learn root causes or learn from others.
Adults who are without language whether due to injury, illness or disability are severely handicapped and typically have little "thought".
It's kind of philosophical question about the logic, syllogism of Aristotle.
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