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You're additionally presupposing. are you now not. whole description of it may take delivery of to ensure that us in order to debate and to reach at an contract at the nature of this item? allow me express you that 1° the substitution of a phrase-type (or of the article. word) for a word occasion is needed via a word routine. the definitional routine (only phrases taken as gadgets ofa metalanguage and for which certain descriptions were tested are brought into discourse). and via a style of discourse. the dialogical style. Your prescription is among the ideas of this routine and this style. doctors this carry a preeminent authorilY (Plato Notice)? 2° It doesn't appear that the style of discourse (if there's one) that is obeyed by way of the words that compose the current booklet privileges the definitional routine. The query is: how to find definition? via an unending regression within the logical order. except recourse is made to a call or to a practice. Or :10 unending development within the succession of phrasc occasions. and the following there isn't any exception. purely timc (Descombes. 198Ia). 107. provide a definition of what you know via I)hrase. -A definition is a word thai obeys logical and cognitive ideas. yet your Gin' (l definition . . . . for example, is a prescriptive that medical doctors no longer obey those ideas. -Agreed. That doctors PRESENTATION zero fn I II restrict you from giving a definition of this prescriptive. there isn't any now not a . ' h. " the definition and what's outlined to aflse from th~ similar p. rase reglme~. occd for _lndt.. 'Cd. however it is critical that the valueofa word that's the item of a defim. (which is taken because the referent of a definitional word) be remodeled on lion ""t of its being taken because the referent of one other word. the definitional one. aC('O . ' 1,\ hich is mctalinguistic (Nos. forty three. forty five. 46). so as to vahdate the command Gn'e le"nitiOlI offhl' phrast'. a definition of the word needs to be given. If we solution (/, J' • fl' b 'observing that this command is a word that doesn't obey the routine zero ogt)1 and cognitive words. that command is located because the referent of the -current;rase. it truly is become a counter-example of a logical or a cognitive word. ~is command isn't verified. it really is used. in its skill because the referent of an ostensive word (Hert' is a case ofa noncognitil'e phrase). to validate one other word: a descriptive one (Cenain words are lower than a lIoncogniti"e routine) (Kant observe 2. § I). Now you arc accomplishing an analogous metalinguistic operation with A phrast'. you take the expression A word as though it have been a word. you're depriving it of its Mcurrentness- (I would not say of its context. cf. No. 141): of its referential and ~pragmalicM imporl as an occasion. which calls fonh many kmds of attainable words. You command me to hyperlink onto it with a metalinguistic definitional word. you've got the suitable to take action. yet understand that you're creating a colllmand. 108. missing a definition of word. we'll by no means be aware of what we're conversing approximately. or if we're speaking concerning the comparable factor.

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