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Certainly, then, ordinary language is not the last word: in
principle it can everywhere be supplemented and improved upon, an
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I remain convinced that obstinate addiction to ordinary language in our private thoughts is one of the main obstacles to progress ...
Our common stock of words embodies all the distinctions men have found worth drawing, and the connections they have found worth ma ...
Certainly ordinary language has no claim to be the last word, if there is such a thing. It embodies, indeed, something better than ...
Literature transforms and intensifies ordinary language, deviates systematically from everyday speech. If you approach me at a bus ...
No statement about God is simply, literally true. God is far more than can be measured, described, defined in ordinary language, o ...
Hermeneutic, protactic, proairetic, aphanisis: the structuralists are obliged by their scientific consciences to use what they reg ...
Neither Aristotelian nor Russellian rules give the exact logic of any expression of ordinary language; for ordinary language has n ...
For the musician, before he has begun his work, all is in readiness so that the operation of his creative spirit may find, right f ...
Although there was a great deal of invention in Whitman's revolutionary work, he built upon a foundation that was already clear, d ...
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