The Genesis of Representation
AbstractIn language, humans describe their world and can construct a narrative of their own becoming. But the concepts within which the emergence of linguistic man may be described are, themselves, contingent on thee accidents of that emergence. The human world is objective but the terms of that objectivity are contingent on human morphology and the accidents of its evolution.
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