Due diversi modi di porsi in ascolto

Carlo M. Fossaluzza

Abstract


The following article connects two important, but usually unconnected, thinkers of the twentieth century concerning the problem of language. The two thinkers are Martin Heidegger, with his existential theory of language in Being and time (1927) and later essays, and Rudolf Arnheim, with his psychological considerations of the topic. They share a structural notion of language, which underlies the comprehension.


Keywords


Arnheim; Heidegger; language

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