Towards an innocent role in the use of language. . . A reading of the linguistic juncture of Jurgen Habermaz and Axel Honeth.

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oualid lahoua Hachemi Kechiche


Linguistic research has made a great leap when it passes old idealictic which was only concerned in studying the origin of language and its roots. This was achieved after it realises that studying language exceeds the boundaries of its origin to establishing an approach of understanding. And  radically moving towards a philosophy of language, thus exceeding epistemology such as hydgers' antoligism and Higels' idealism. Therefore, linguistic research has created an alternative to speech with a linguistic view and a communicative rationalism which seeks to recognizing the other.

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