The Presence of the Word: Some Prolegomena for Cultural and Religious History

University of Minnesota Press (1967)
A religious philosopher's exploration of the nature and history of the word argues that the word is initially and always sound, that it cannot be reduced to any other category, and that sound is essentially an event manifesting power and ...
Keywords Language and languages Philosophy  Logos (Philosophy
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Call number P106.O5 1981
ISBN(s) 0816610436   0300099738   9780300099737
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