nomenclature on philosophy and theories on human understanding

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nomenclature on philosophy and theories on human understanding
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study of complicated and difficult philosophical concepts (strong emphasis on analytical philosophy and philosophy of mind)
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  1. utterance
    for the condition of history of ideas, it means the expression of certain meanings, no matter it is a speech, a conversation, or a textual record
  2. locution(ary)

    illocution(ary)

    perlucution
    luctionary: an utterance regarded in terms of its intrinsic meaning or reference, as distinct from its function or purpose in context.

    illocation: an action performed by saying or writing something: ordering, warning, promising

    perlocution: an act of speaking and writing that has an action has its aim but that in itself does not effect or constitute the action, for example, persuading and convincing
  3. telos
    an ultimate object or aim

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