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dc.contributor.authorFerron, Isabella
dc.description.abstractThis article is about the idea of Language by F.W. Schelling. He is not a Philosepher of Language and his main interest is the Philosophy of Nature, but, referring to the idea of a philosophical system he also thinks about Language. He begins to speak about Language in the 'Philosophy of the Art' (1803) and he describes Language as a <natural masterpiece>, beacuse it includes in itself both natural and artificial elements. In the 'Philosophy of Nature' (1811) Schelling returns to speak about Language and he suggests, referring to Leibniz, the idea of Universal Language, which should be understood by everyone. The idea of a Universal Language is not new, but Schelling describes it in a particular kind, as he is not interested in grammar but he only proposes the idea of a universal medium of communication. Schelling doesn't care about the definition of Language so much, but the few times, when he speaks and thinks about, he gives us the idea of Language as an organic whole, which is strictly connected with Mankind and its
dc.publisherPadova, Studio Editoriale Gordiniit
dc.relation.ispartofAnnali di Ca' Foscari : Rivista della Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell'Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia, 2009, vol. 48 (1-2), pp. 113-145it
dc.titleSchelling und die Sprache. Einige Anmerkungen zu Schellings Nachdenken über die Sprache. Von der Philosophie der Kunst bis zu dem pasigraphischen Versuchit
dc.subject.keywordsUniversal languageit
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