Articles Robert Sokolowski: Exorcising concepts† V
|Abstract||I have, in other places, claimed that philosophy is the analysis of the forms of presentation, the description of the ways in which things can be presented. †11 The philosophical reflection that issues in such analysis is not, of course, the same as the kind of reflection we are discussing in this paper, the kind that establishes human existence in language. But unless there were the reflection that opens the possibility of meaning, there could not be any philosophical reflection either. Philosophical thinking brings to a new level the distancing to experience that is begun in all human speech|
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