In recent years a number of excellent books have appeared devoted to the phenomenology of language (Inkpin 2016; Taylor 2016; Hatab 2017)—that is, to the experience of language and how this experience shapes one’s experience of oneself and of the world. Here we focus on Charles Taylor’s (2016) book, The Language Animal, which for us points to the most radical implications, but at the same time falls short of fully developing them.
Stolorow, R. , Atwood, G. (2018). Review of Language and the as-structure of experience. Human Studies 41 (3), pp. 513-515.
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