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Barney suggests that Socrates’s conventionalism is about verbal forms or designations, whereas his continuing excitement is about the process of naming in language. Derrida, Jacques. Of Grammatology. Trans. Gaytria Spivak. 2nd ed. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976. ” Language is caught up in an infinite chain of substitute references, and thus meaning is always endlessly postponed or deferred. Lacan, Jacques. ” Ecrits: The First Complete Edition in English. Trans. Bruce Fink. New York: W.
The feeling of rightness that we feel about language is substantially derived from the successful performance of actions and meanings in language, either spontaneously enacted in speech situations, artfully dramatized in ritual and dramatic art, or scripted and simulated in writing. With the transition from linguistic form to linguistic performance, we come to a crucial point where our regret for an imagined lost symmetry of forms can be shed. We can in fact begin to celebrate the possibilities of asymmetry.
However, the qualification, “only partially true,” has to be one of the largest qualifications in the history of qualifications, since the entire argument hinges on it. We should keep in mind that there is another, poetic side of Plato, which comes out in such dialogues as Phaedrus; and that image of the name giver, who might have been a god, like the deep-running desire for that other thing, stays in the mind. Saint Augustine and the Word of God Aurelius Augustine, the powerful and influential theologian, controversialist, spiritualist, and church leader of Christianity in the late Roman Empire, began his professional life as a teacher of rhetoric.
An Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese (Revised Edition) by Akira Miura