Sprachphilosophie Elisabeth Leiss

ISBN: 9783110217001

Published: August 17th 2009


310 pages


Sprachphilosophie  by  Elisabeth Leiss

Sprachphilosophie by Elisabeth Leiss
August 17th 2009 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 310 pages | ISBN: 9783110217001 | 3.32 Mb

Every philosophical involvement with language centres on the notion of representation. There is controversy over what language represents. The answers can be classified and used as a basis for a systematic survey: 1. Language represents the world.2. Language does not represent the world but our ideas of the world.3. Language represents our ideas (of the world) badly.4. Language not only represents badly- it does not represent anything.5. Without language there would be no representation of a higher order and thus no thought.

The main intention behind this introduction to linguistic philosophy lies in revealing the underlying ordering principle for the many simultaneous and non-simultaneous attempts at a philosophy of language.

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