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Към една онтологическа критика на философията на езика у късния Хайдегер
Towards an Ontological Critique of the Philosophy of Language in Heidegger's Later Writings

Author(s): Nikolay Pavlov
Subject(s): Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, Phenomenology
Published by: Институтът по философия и социология при БАН
Keywords: language; being; event; ontology; phenomenology; saying; enframing

Summary/Abstract: Martin Heidegger's works present no systematic critique of the philosophy of language. Despite the large number of essays he devoted to language, it cannot be said Heidegger had a developed philosophy of language. The spirit of his thinking, however, provides a basis for a Heideggerian (ontological) critique of the foundations of the philosophy of language. This paper attempts to present Martin Heidegger's point of view on the philosophy of language, to clarify his objections to it and to briefly present his alternative approach to language.

  • Issue Year: XXVII/2018
  • Issue No: 6
  • Page Range: 123-132
  • Page Count: 19
  • Language: English, Bulgarian