Silvia Jonas_Against Metaphysics Running Amok
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  • cours - matière potentielle : adorno
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Work in Progress 1 AGAINST METAPHYSICS RUNNING AMOK: HEGEL, ADORNO, AND THE INEFFABLE Abstract: Adorno's metaphysics as developed in his Negative Dialectics revolve around what he calls the ‘Nonidentical'. The Non-identical is essentially ineffable and can only be understood negatively, through Adorno's method of ‘negative dialectics'. Negative dialectics are Adorno's answer to Hegelian metaphysics, which he criticises for its “consistent resolution of non-identity into pure identity” (Adorno, Negative Dialectics, ‘Meditations on Metaphysics', The Semblance of Otherness).
  • relations of material incompatibility
  • philosophical work
  • negation
  • thought
  • think
  • material things
  • adorno
  • identity
  • philosophy
  • world
  • language

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Deaf Studies, Day 3:
American Sign Language:
Facts,History, Language
Attitudes
ASL 305, Introduction to Deaf Studies
University of Washington
April 6, 2009
Lance Forshay, Presenter“As long as we have deaf
people on this earth, we
will have signs.”
-- Geroge Veditz, 1913Discussion Questions:
Open Your Eyes, “On the Disconstruction of
Sign Language in the Western Tradition: A
Deaf Reading of Plato’s Cratylus.
1. Discuss George Veditz’s quotation, “As long
as we have deaf people on this earth, we will
have signs.” How is this validated through
research?
2. How is sign language like a “blind spot“?
Discuss prejudice in the linguistic community
toward sign language. Is ASL a pictorial
language? (Iconic vs Arbitrary)Discussion Questions:
3. How did the philosophical discussion on
“correct names” from thousands of years
ago as recorded by Socrates have to do with
sign language?
4. How does the last few decades of sign
language research tell about the beginning
source of all languages. Discussion Questions:
Open Your Eyes, ch. 8, “Turning Literary Inside
Out”
1. According to Kuntze, what is “literary skills”?
What arguments did he make to support his
point?
2. What is the problem with a lot of research on
children literary development?
3. How is ASL more than a set of gestures?
4. How can ASL literature be preserved?Discussion Questions:
5. Will learning ASL hinder or slow down deaf
children from developing “literary” skills?
What about reading and writing English?ASL Facts
A Visual-Gestural Language?
YES
ASL contains 60% Gestural-Body Language and
Facial Expressions. Some iconic signs:
Ex. BASEBALL, CAR, SMILE, GRAB
However ASL is different from common gestures
hearing people use. Some arbitrary signs:
Ex. MAN, NAME, HOPE, YESTERDAYASL Facts
A broken English?
NO
ASL is just a different language with
different grammar order and structure.
Can you say that French and Spanish
have broken or poor English? ASL Facts
A fully developed language?
YES
ASL contains all linguistic
characteristics that make ASL a
language different and independent
from English language.ASL Facts
ASL
Phonology?
1. Phonology
2. Morphology
Sign Parameters:
3. Syntax 1. Handshapes
2. Movement
4. Semantics
3. Location
5. Pragmatics
4. Palm-Orient.
6. More?...
5. Non-Manual
Signals

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