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Author(s): Franɀ Mayr
A. Anthropological Pre-Understanding As a rule, language is distinguished from thought and both thought and language from the thing thought about or spoken of. This distinction is already found in Plato and Aristotle, who countered the Sophists’ abuse of language by offering a valid critique of language. Their aim was to restore responsible discussion within the city-state to its rightful place as relevant and objective. This use of language in the service of the community has as its comprehensive …