UTCP Lecture "Limits of grammatical arbitrariness in Wittgenstein"終了しました
発表者: Henrik Voss (東京大学大学院総合文化研究科)
Wittgenstein has had quite some influence on linguistic research -- most notably by the concept of family resemblances. The reverse, however, does not equally hold true, despite various conceptual overlappings between Wittgenstein's late philosophy and functional linguistics in particular.
A first landmark for exploring those similarities is the notion of grammar as use -- a concept that is well inflated beyond its everyday meaning and thus prima facie contradicts Wittgenstein's credo of leaving language as it is. The philosophical implications of such a wide concept and its relation to the notion of grammatical arbitrariness will be discussed with special regard to empirical evidence from functional and cognitive linguistics.
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