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À l’écoute des voix du silence. Vers une interrogation de l’être du langage

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At the beginning of this chapter, Brehier describes the link between the work in psychology and philosophical reflection: "The psychology was generally considered, in the previous period, as an independent science and detached from philosophy. It indicates the fragment by the title "The indirect language and the voices of the silence", and clearly indicate in note that the text is an extract of a book in preparation, entitled "The prose of the world". Our precision concerning the merleau-pontienne interpretation of the theme of the creation at Malraux is fundamental for discussion of this chapter. In the silence of the native consciousness, one sees not only what words mean, but what mean the things, the core of primary signification around which the acts of name and of expression are organized. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Brehier; indirect language; native consciousness; philosophy; psychology; voice of silence



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