How does the culturist view relate to the nativist and empiricist views? A. The culturist view, in providing a synthesis of the nativist and the empiricist views, fails to add anything that falls outside the scope of these two views. B. The culturist view, in discussing the limitations of language, focuses mainly on the way in which innate capacities drive the specific labels appended to colors, a feature common to both the nativist and the empiricist views. C. The culturist view is driven by the arbitrary labels people use to describe the world, and in that sense shares more in common with the empiricist than with the nativist view. D. In positing that interaction encodes certain labels, the culturist view is similar to the empiricist view, but in imposing limitations on such labeling, the culturist view is similar to the nativist view. E. The culturist view is largely unrelated to both the nativist and the empiricist views because, unlike both of those theories, it focuses exclusively on the way in which people arrive at an arbitrary label to describe the world.