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Constitutive Theory of Language

Constitutive theory of language is an interpretive theory, grounded in hermeneutics, that postulates that language, a fundamental instrument of knowledge, and only language, makes the revelation of the human world possible. The hermeneutic tradition positions meaning at the center of ...

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