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Herman J. Cloeren’s intention in writing Language and Thought: German Approaches to Analytic Philosophy in the 18th and 19th century is to call forth the paradigmatic contributions to language-critical thought established in 18th and 19th century. In particular, this book explores studies by philosophers who call themselves spächkritisch, literally "criticising speech". Cloeren cites “language-critical” as the most accurate reading to convey the interdependence of language and thought as discussed by such philosophers, In reading this book, Cloeren asks the reader to keep in mind the complexity of the history of philosophy of language. The philosophers presented in this book do not present original theories nor do they cover the scope of the entire period. Instead, they discuss anticipated features that are characteristic of 20th century analytic thought. Through the publication of these studies, Cloeren hopes to facilitate efforts in making philosophy international as they were in the period of Hume and Kant.
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