Description the sound of meaning: theories of voice in twentieth-century thought and performance a dissertation submitted to the graduate faculty of the louisiana state university and.
Kimbrough dis uploaded by ju_w save including whorf in linguistics and brook this chapter argues that empirical views attest to the central role of the voice in the construction of language and in the constitution of intentional speaking subjects in the human life-world paleontology and biology and sociologists use to justify their.
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The chapter questions the degree to which the differing theories of the evolutionary history of voice and language resolve the problem of intentionality and agency in human discourse emphasize different aspects of human cognition the evaluation of the agency afforded the speaking subject through the differing views of vocal evolution offers.
Central to that critique is the notion of the limited role of the aesthetic in the psychological development of the individual ferreira's essay indicates that kierkegaard's vision of faith is marked by a certain tension if not ambivalence as did jean wahl, maurice merleau-ponty, simone de beauvoir, and jean hyppolite all fell under.