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VILARINO, María Cristina. El lenguaje que nos habla: A través de Heidegger y Gadamer. Cuad. Sur, Filos. [online]. 2006, n.35, pp. 159-173. ISSN 1668-7434.

In this exposition I'll try to achieve those early abstractions made by the human being, till he was able to coin a language and its culmination in the creation of writing... cause in the beginning was the μίμησις understood as ποίησις. We are guided by the thought of H.G. Gadamer, so that the language can't be separated from its own living contents, and thus, it goes building itself up as a looking glass of the Being ,-Selbstdarstellung des Seins- with an ontological unlimited strength. This vital side of the language makes Gadamer ask if it may preform the thought, suspecting that our world's experience would be mediated by an ancestral acquisition of the language and at the same time, irresistible. So, the real subject for Gadamer is that we may find a chain of serious objections against the universality of our world's experience mediated by the language, but this is just the marvellous secret of language, that when it really works, results a continual recreation of itself. Language has an internal dialectic that works between universal and particular, even more, between universal and individual... it's in the individual act of speech where we can reach the real Darstellung and achieve communication.

Palabras llave : Language.

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