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The power of language (Shankara and Heidegger)
Posted on 12 April, 2014 by amartingarcia
Natalia Isayeva, in her book – ‘Shankara and Indian Philosophy’ – finds a parallel between Shankara and Heidegger with respect to language and meaning, in particular the later Heidegger, with his interest in, and focus on, the etymological and hermeneutical … Continue reading →
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