Main Theory of Language and Meaning in Phenomenological Structuralism

Theory of Language and Meaning in Phenomenological Structuralism

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This work explores the origin and nature of language and meaning according to Paul C. Mocombes structurationist theory of phenomenological structuralism. It posits that language is a tool used in human society both to capture the nature of reality as such, and how we ought to recursively organize and reproduce our being-in-the-world within the aforementioned systemicity or structure despite the human potential to defer meaning in ego-centered communicative discourse.
Request Code : ZLIBIO3112169
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Year:
2021
Edition:
1
Publisher:
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Language:
English
Pages:
113
ISBN 10:
1527560651
ISBN 13:
9781527560659
ISBN:
1527560651,9781527560659

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