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Title: Nietzsche on the relationship between context, names and signs
Authors: Mangion, Claude
Keywords: Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900
Language and languages -- Origin
Signs and symbols
Context (Linguistics)
Issue Date: 2012-08
Publisher: Darshan Dirsti
Citation: Mangion, C. (2012). Nietzsche on the relationship between context, names and signs. Darshan Dirsti, 1(2), 55-58.
Abstract: The role and value of the name originates with Nietzsche's critique of language in On Truth and Lie in a Nonmoral Sense (1873). In this early paper, his critique is conducted with the aim of dispelling any account of language as representational and thereby providing us with any certain knowledge of reality. While his account of the formation of language here only deals peripherally with what is entailed by the process of naming, this process is developed into an account that stresses the uses of names and in particular (though not exclusively) on moral names. The analysis of naming is developed twofold into (a) a philosophical critique of moral names and as a (b) semiological interpretation of moral names.
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