Title: Language of Philosophy, The
Author: Chaterjee, Margaret
Description: This book analyses in depth the language,philosophers of different persuasions have used, showing up the inadequacy of the linguistic analyst’s understanding of language. The use of language by philosophers is shown to have a close connection with the view they take of reason. A truncated view of language is found to go along with an artificial separation between reason and imagination.The book discusses themes of urgent concern to philosophers of both the linguistic analytic and phenomenological schools.
Publisher: Allied Publishers, Delhi
Edition: 1st ed., Date: 1981, 139 pp., HB
Item Code: BK00978