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Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 27 (2):337-359 (2002)
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After a long century of history as a more or less autonomous philosophical domain, Philosophy of Language continues without a collectively accepted characterization. Nowadays it is not perhaps so common to equate it with Analytic Philosophy or with certain type of Linguistic Philosophy. Maybe they are not so many those who defend a First Philosophy capable of accessing to the knowledge of reality, without any need of scientific knowledge. However, it seems fair to say that among philosophers of language it is dominant the view that Philosophy of Language is not Philosophy of Linguistics; that Philosophy of Language studies language, without any need to take into account the results of scientific approaches to language. If that is so, this work goes against the dominant view. We claim that Philosophy of Language is just this: Philosophy of Linguistics or, maybe better, Philosophy of the sciences of language

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Kepa Korta
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