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Philosophy and the vision of language

Paul M. Livingston

Philosophy and the vision of language

by Paul M. Livingston

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Paul M. Livingston.
    SeriesRoutledge studies in twentieth-century philosophy -- 31
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB804 .L53 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23674758M
    ISBN 109780415961141
    LC Control Number2007043164

    Ott is certainly correct in seeing an intimate connection between Locke’s philosophy of language and his broader epistemological and metaphysical views, and the book is to be commended for emphasizing that Locke’s philosophy of language cannot be studied in isolation from his broader philosophical positions nor they independently of it. In the various specific investigations of this book, I have therefore tried to trace the consequences of the philosophical vision of language for the development of some of the main historical projects of the analytic tradition, asking, in each case, what ensures or precludes the openness of language to philosophical reflection, what.

    V. N. Volosinov's important work, first published in Russian in , had to wait a generation for recognition. This first paperback edition of the English translation will be capital for literary theorists, philosophers, linguists, psychologists, and many others. Volosinov is out to undo the old disciplinary boundaries between linguistics, rhetoric, and poetics in order to construct a new 5/5(2). Select a language of choice below: introduction page | site homepage Friends in a global village - Against a politic of resentment - In the original vision of God.

    An introduction to philosophy of language through systematic and accessible explanations of ten classic texts by such thinkers as Frege, Kripke, Russell, and Putnam. Many beginning students in philosophy of language find themselves grappling with dense and difficult texts not easily understood by someone new to the field. This book offers an introduction to philosophy of language by explaining. Dewey’s Philosophy of Language 1. Introduction: Dewey and the linguistic turn John Dewey’s mature thought is situated in the midst of 20th century philosophy. Works such as Experience and Nature () and Logic: the Theory of Inquiry () address issues emerging in philosophy during the first decades of the 20th century. More.


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Philosophy and the Vision of Language explores the history and enduring significance of the twentieth-century turn to language as a specific object of investigation and resource for philosophical reflection.

It traces the implications of the access to language in some of the most prominent projects and results of the historical and contemporary tradition of analytic philosophy, including the Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Philosophy and the Vision of Language explores the history and enduring significance of the twentieth-century turn to language as a specific object of investigation and resource for philosophical reflection.

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It traces the implications of the access to language in some of the most. Philosophy and the Vision of Language explores the history and enduring significance of the twentieth-century turn to language as a specific object of investigation and resource for philosophical reflection.

It traces the implications of the access to language in some of the most prominent projects and results of the historical and contemporary tradition of analytic philosophy, including the Brand: Taylor And Francis.

(shelved 2 times as philosophy-of-language) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving. Scott Soames is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern California, specialising in the philosophy of language and the history of analytic philosophy.

He has published extensively on truth, reference, meaning, the relationship between semantics and pragmatics, and the nature of syntactic and semantic theories of.

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Book Description. Philosophy and the Vision of Language explores the history and enduring significance of the twentieth-century turn to language as a specific object of investigation and resource for philosophical reflection. It traces the implications of the access to language in some of the most prominent projects and results of the historical and contemporary tradition of analytic.

Philosophy of Language introduces the student to the main issues and theories in twentieth-century philosophy of language. Topics are structured in three parts in the book. Part I, Reference and Referring Expressions, includes topics such as Russell's Theory of Desciptions, Donnellan's distinction, problems of anaphora, the description theory of proper names, Searle's/5.

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Philosophy and the Vision of Language explores the history and enduring significance of the twentieth-century turn to language as a specific object of investigation and resource for philosophical reflection.

It traces the implications of the access to language in some of the most prominent projects and results of the historical and contemporary. A slightly complicated survey to philosophy of language concluding with an innovative account of the metaphysics of meaning.

Soames assumes the reader is familiar with the primary texts and if you are, then this book will neatly condense the relevant teaching of Frege, Russell, Tarski, Ccarnap, Kripke, Kaplan, and Montague for you/5(9). The book then builds on this account, exploring new thinking about propositions, possibility, and the relationship between meaning, assertion, and other aspects of language use.

An invaluable overview of the philosophy of language by one of its most important practitioners, this book will be essential reading for all serious students of philosophy. In this book one of the world's foremost philosophers of language presents his unifying vision of the field--its principal achievements, its most pressing current questions, and its most promising future directions.

In addition to explaining the progress philosophers have made toward creating a theoretical framework for the study of language, Scott Soames investigates foundational concepts. Designed for readers new to the subject, Reading Philosophy of Language presents key texts in the philosophy of language together with helpful editorial guidance.

A concise collection of key texts in the philosophy of language; Ideal for readers new to the subject. Features seminal texts by leading figures in the field, such as Austin, Chomsky, Davidson, Dummett and Searle/5(2).

An introduction to philosophy of language through systematic and accessible explanations of ten classic texts by such thinkers as Frege, Kripke, Russell, and Putnam. Many beginning students in philosophy of language find themselves grappling with dense and difficult texts not easily understood by someone new to the field.

This book offers an Reviews: Finally, it documents some of the enduring consequences of philosophy’s inquiry into language for contemporary questions of social and political life. The book provides a clear, accessible and widely inclusive introduction to the relevance of language for analytic and continental philosophy in the twentieth century and is readable by non.

Finally, it documents some of the enduring consequences of philosophy’s inquiry into language for contemporary questions of social and political life. The book provides a clear, accessible and widely inclusive introduction to the relevance of language for analytic and continental philosophy in the twentieth century and is readable by non Author: Paul Livingston.

Ancient philosophy. In the West, inquiry into language stretches back to the 5th century BC with Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and the Stoics. Both in India and in Greece, linguistic speculation predates the emergence of grammatical traditions of systematic description of language, which emerged around the 5th century BC in India (see Yāska), and around the 3rd century BC in Greece (see Rhianus).

Throughout the history of ideas, various branches of philosophy have spun off into the natural sciences, including physics, biology, and perhaps most recently, cognitive psychology. A central theme of this collection is that the philosophy of language, at least a core portion of it, has matured to the point where it is now being spun off into linguistic theory.

Each section of the book. Author: Scott Soames; Publisher: Princeton University Press ISBN: Category: Philosophy Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In this book one of the world's foremost philosophers of language presents his unifying vision of the field--its principal achievements, its most pressing current questions, and its most promising future directions.Philosophy of linguistics is the philosophy of science as applied to linguistics.

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