By Robert Wardy
This booklet considers the relation among language and notion. Robert Wardy explores this large subject by way of reading linguistic relativism almost about a chinese language translation of Aristotle's different types. He addresses a few key questions, similar to, do the fundamental constructions of language form the foremost notion styles of its local audio system? may well philosophy be guided and restricted by means of the language during which it's performed? And does Aristotle live on rendition into chinese language intact? Wardy's solutions will fascinate philosophers, Sinologists, classicists, linguists and anthropologists, and make an important contribution to the scholarly literature.
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240. 78 In the end he chooses – whether consciously or not – to account for cultural clash by replicating Humboldt perfectly, removing the Chinese mind and the Chinese language together from the exclusively Western preserve of rational argument: ‘in the manipulation of the Chinese language, the mental mechanisms and aptitudes that are at work are different from those which have been favoured in the West. ’79 We have now seen how Humboldt’s legacy might very well have rendered certain Sinological schools uniquely receptive to the stimulus of Whorﬁan relativity and more or less unaffected by the antidote to ‘guidance and constraint’ provided by Quinean and Davidsonian principles of charity.
Pp. 268–9. ‘Language is self-referencing. , p. ); and ‘(at least for Confucius) language does not serve primarily to refer to a world of objects’ ( pp. 263–4). Yet Hall and Ames seem to contradict themselves by also appearing to endorse a less iconoclastic semantics, if only in a dismissive aside: ‘the meaningfulness of a proposition (its “locutionary” character, its sense and reference) abstracted from its active and responsive (illocutionary and perlocutionary) force is broadly irrelevant’ (p.
Speak not only to the absence of a scheme corresponding to the English and IndoEuropean counterfactual among the majority of Chinese speakers, but also to the speciﬁc relevance of linguistic variables to that fact . . ). The China syndrome 27 But his experimental procedure is very seriously ﬂawed. First, Bloom takes no account of the fact that his study includes no sample of working-class Americans. Presumably he used two sets of Chinese subjects precisely because he wanted to test for the inﬂuence of exposure to English or some other Western language.
Aristotle in China: Language, Categories and Translation by Robert Wardy