Burke breaks up terministic screens into two sections. He breaks it up into scientific and dramatistic. Scientific viewing language as a definition and dramatistic viewing language as an action. All behaviors are said to be observed and examined through terministic screens. I have a question that I would like to ask. Is there anything in life where we can not or do not have to have a terministic screen. Will my child be already borned into the world in his own terministc screen? Burke explains that terministic screens are necessary. The human race cannot get along with itself on the basis of any other intuition. The human animal, as we know it, emerges into personality by first mastering whatever tribal speech happens to be its particular symbolic environment (53). This basically explains that without symbols there would be no initial personal intuition. How thought and action are based from something else.