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How language relates to the minds of both the speaker and the interpreter and the investigation of how language relates to the truth and the world.
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Language and the Brain

Language and the Brain | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it
Una variedad de factores en nuestro cerebro permite peopl para aprender y entender los idiomas.
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The Origin of Words and Names

The Origin of Words and Names | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it
Las palabras obtienen su significado de diferentes lugares y lenguas de todo el mundo.
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La Historia de la Lengua Española

La Historia de la Lengua Española | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Una historia detallada de la lengua española, desde sus raíces latinas a su dominación moderna.

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MS School for the Deaf

MS School for the Deaf | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

En la escuela de MS escuela para estudiantes sera sorado; La escuela combina las palabras de ingles y en lengua de señas. La escuela es en Mississippi y abierto en el año de 1854. La filosofia de la escuela es no se juega con el futuro de estudiantes para no te dar ellos ingles de seña.

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Jürgen Habermas (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Jürgen Habermas (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Jurgen Habermas is one of the most influential philosophers in the world.  He born outside Düsseldorf in 1929. He gained national attention in Germany in 1962 when he published a pieve on social history and development of the bourgeois public sphere from its origins in the 18th centuryEventually published his work in english Toward a Rational Society (1970) and Theory and Practice (1973b) were some of his work.

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Thales of Miletus: thought to be the father of Greek philosophy.

Thales of Miletus: thought to be the father of Greek philosophy. | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Spanish article about Thales the famous Greek philosopher this article gives a breif over view of his life and talks about his thoughts on cosmology and "nautical Astrology".

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A Seed From Africa has Sprouted Into The Languages Of The World

A Seed From Africa has Sprouted Into The Languages Of The World | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Just like man is believed to have originated in Africa, one finding suggests that human language also has its roots in Africa

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"Why Do Some People Learn New Languages Easily And Some Don't?"

"Why Do Some People Learn New Languages Easily And Some Don't?" | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Learning language might not be about memorization and repetition.  New studies show that learning languages depends on a variety of factors from a natural ability to percieve sound to the attitude you have while learning it.

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Where Do Words Get Their Meaning?

Where Do Words Get Their Meaning? | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

The word, 'Language' comes from the Latin 'lingular' meaning tongue. There are over 2,796 different languages on the planet with over 8,000 dialects. The Oxford English Dictionary has over 290,000 entries of words with over 616,500 word forms.  Every word has a unique story from where it derives its meaning from and sometimes it develops over many many years.

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Feminist Philosophy of Language

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An examination of language and its affect towards the disadvantage or advantage of women.

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How English Is Evolving Into a Language We May Not Even Understand

How English Is Evolving Into a Language We May Not Even Understand | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it
Idiomas a través del tiempo cambian de significado y después de muchos años, incluso puede llegar a ser irreconocible.
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The Official Language of the U.S. and its Impact on the Translation Industry

The Official Language of the U.S. and its Impact on the Translation Industry | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Explanation on what actually is the official language of the U.S. En Los Estados Unidos cuarenta millones personas hablá español. EEUU como una nación nunca ha declarado lengua oficial. en el año de 1776 EEUU sera un nation de bilingüe

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Filosofía, actualidad y bilingüismo Philosophy, actuality and biliguism.

Filosofía, actualidad y bilingüismo Philosophy, actuality and biliguism. | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it
Filosofía para bilingües.Didactics of philosophy, ethics and citinzenship for bilingual educationAyuda didáctica para la Filosofía, ética y ciudadanía en el bilinguismo...
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Sweden Adopts Gender-Neutral Pronoun

Sweden Adopts Gender-Neutral Pronoun | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Sweden challenges the tradition of language by creating a gender-neutral prounon, "hen," in the effort to create all around equality in the already progressive country.

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El Lengua de los Seres Humanos y Animales

El Lengua de los Seres Humanos y Animales | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Una descripción de las diferencias en los animales y los seres humanos forma comunicar.

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Can Language Affect What We See?

Can Language Affect What We See? | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Researchers have discovered people have different views of the world based on the language they speak, such as color and visual field. 

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Origin Of Philosophy Issues

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This article is about the controversal issue of the theories of philosphy. The Greeks believe that the origin was born with Thales but every culture has their own theory Eastern cultures beileve that since Egyptians and Babaloyns were the main origins of mathmatics and  astronomics their knowledge was more helpful to the origins of Philosophy. Greeks however believe that many philosophers based their knowledge on Greek orgins; for example J. Burnet's theory was known as the "Greek miracle".   

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FERNANDO SAVATER, A Modern Philosopher

FERNANDO SAVATER, A Modern Philosopher | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it

Fernando Savater is a highly celebrated Spanish philosophy influenced by Friedrich Nietzsche and describes himself as a defender of the Enlightenment in the Voltaire tradition.

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Philosophy of Language

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"Philosophy is language idiling." -Ludwig Wittgenstein

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La filosofía del lenguaje de L. Wittgenstein

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Now a festival on Buddhist philosophy, aesthetics

Now a festival on Buddhist philosophy, aesthetics | Philosophy of Language | Scoop.it
Now a festival on Buddhist philosophy, a...The festival, to be held April 27-May 4, is being ...Aruna Vasudev, president NETPAC, and Suresh Jindal..."Though Buddhism originated in India, not man..."There have been many ...
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