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A&S #4: Lillian Tong 

Tools are often associated with fulfillment of practical needs, like how a hammer, for instance, represents the action of hammering and the purpose of installment. When it comes to emotional needs, however, the definition for tools seems to be less definite and more personal.

What does it mean for a tool to be ‘emotional’? 

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