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FAILURE OF THE WORD: ETHICS AS ONE OF THE FUNDAMENTALS OF LANGUAGE

Daniela Marcheschi

Cardozo L. Rev., Vol.26 pp.2387-2655, 2005 [Rivista Peer Reviewed]

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  • Titolo:
    FAILURE OF THE WORD: ETHICS AS ONE OF THE FUNDAMENTALS OF LANGUAGE
  • Autore: Daniela Marcheschi
  • Note di contenuto: ... Since the appearance of Homo Sapiens (about 150,000 years ago) language has been indissolubly linked up with the expansion of culture and thought. ... Sign and language are not only a product of evolution but also one of the pivots of human culture. ... In this way the human, distinguished, symbolic forms of culture, language itself, would have origin in the sequences of crisis produced by the mimetic conflict. ... A certain symbol becomes a symbol not only of the thing in itself, but also of the most authentic stimulus of the man towards things themselves. ... Beyond similar naturalistic foundation, ethics and language are united in the Greek culture and myth in the meaningful figure of Hestia and in the rule to "observe the limit. ... Pilatus' advantage or cowardice, as a man of the government, covers up an intellectual refinement, but his statement to really know Beauty would on the contrary need of the greatest tension with the substance of the truth itself. ... Noica always considers history, and with stoic courage catches its substance, its authentic face: that is an interlace of power politics that always changes and is destined to an ephemeral life in comparison to the collective conquests of a culture and of people. ... Their knowledge lives of the ethic tension not to betray the truths of the world. ...  
  • Fa parte di: Cardozo L. Rev., Vol.26 pp.2387-2655, 2005
  • Soggetti: Physiological; Articulations; Morphological; Possibilities; Semeiological; Neurological; Indissolubly; Researchers; Differences; Experiences; Torts
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Tipo: Articolo
  • Identificativo: ISSN: 0270-5192
  • Fonte: Academic Law Reviews (LexisNexis®)

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