Springer, Dordrecht


333 Pages

ISBN 978-1-4020-8330-3

vol. 187

Meaning and language

phenomenological perspectives

Edited by

Filip Mattens

This book is the first anthology to provide a wide-ranging picture of how phenomenology relates to language. It contains both in-depth studies on new aspects of language in Husserl's thought as well as original phenomenological research that explores the respective potentials and limits of linguistic expression and conceptualization.

The fourteen texts gathered here may have a single aim, but their content varies depending on the respective author's intention: either to discuss problems of language within the Husserlian framework, to addressphilosophical issues of language proceeding from a phenomenological viewpoint, or to provide a reflection on phenomenology's relation to language. Thus, rather than being organized by topic, the collection has been arranged into three parts, according to the respective authors' philosophical approaches.

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4020-8331-0

Full citation:

Mattens, F. (ed) (2008). Meaning and language: phenomenological perspectives, Springer, Dordrecht.

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