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Metanoia

A Speculative Ontology of Language, Thinking, and the Brain
(English translation from German)
Armen Avanessian
Anke Hennig
Nils F. Schott (Übersetzer)
 
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Introduction

 

I. POETIC AND POIESIS

The Metanoiac Language (Zaum’) of Russian Futurism

The Poetic Function of Language (Roman Jakobson)

Poetics vs. Poietics

Experimental Poietics

Poietic Linguistics

The Alleged Arbitrariness of Language

Poetic Terminologies (Ulf Stolterfoht)

 

II. ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE

Creating a Part-Whole-Relation through Recursion

The Hermeneutic Circle

The Triadic Logic of Signs

Interrupting the Triangle of Signs

The Linguistic Turn of Analytic Philosophy, Or:

The Signified is the Predicate of the Signifier

S means X

Ontological Objects and Individuals (Peter Strawson)

 

III. SPECULATION

Speculative Triangle

The Elements of the Method: Subject - Object - Other

Turn vs. Circle: Problems with the Verb “to be”

Abduction

The Poetization of Philosophy

 

IV. COGNITION

Cognitive Recursivity (Thomas Metzinger)

The Symbolic Mind

Co-evolution of Mind and Language

Four Grammars (Universal, Generative, Extra-linguistic, Cognitive)

“Metanoia” as an Anagram of “Anatomie” – Semiotics of the Mind (Terrence Deacon)

 

V. METANOIA

The Aesthetic Moment

Language Aspects

Ethical (and Religious) Impulses

Temporality: Beyond Thinking