Zubiri y Heidegger como intérpretes del origen del lenguaje desde el Chaos y lo estético: el Poema de Parménides

Translated title of the contribution: Zubiri and Heidegger as interpreters of the origin of language from the Chaos and the aesthetic: The Parmenides poem

Ricardo Espinoza Lolas, Luis Mizón, MARIA EUGENIA PAULA ASCORRA COSTA

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Abstract

More than a discourse about the truth, in the origin of language has been present a tell that produces sense for man to inhabit the world from chaos, from the darkness, from the reality. This article explores essential aspects about the birth of language and aesthetic production that configures certain forms to say they are more appropriate than others to express a say originating. To do this, a rereading of the Poem of Parmenides and the Myth of Babel (supported Heidegger and Zubiri) to be sources that enable access to this say and interrogating by him from the present.

Translated title of the contributionZubiri and Heidegger as interpreters of the origin of language from the Chaos and the aesthetic: The Parmenides poem
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)173-181
Number of pages9
JournalLogos: Revista de Linguistica, Filosofia y Literatura
Volume29
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 2019
Externally publishedYes

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