이탈리아 자치도시민 지위의 다양성과 로마의 통합정책
Typological Approach to the Identity of the Municepsand its Meaning for the Roman Policy of Municipalization
The aim of this article is to explain the characteristics of western philosophy's way of thinking in terms of the features of its own classical language, i.e., of Greek language. The western philosophy's way of thinking are characterized as having, 1) analytic and reductionistic tendency, 2) the notion of truth as primitive concept, 3) well-developped semantics, 4) concept of abstract entities and universals.It is suggested that we can find the origins of these characteristics of western way of thinking in peculiarities of European language, especially those of ancient Greek language, in which western philosopies have been done. Major features of the language which have contributed to formation of western way of thinking are as follows: 1) its inflecting structure, 2) predicative sentence structure, 3) centrality of Be verb, 4) phonetic notation as opposed to China's pictographic one, 5) the use of articles.In the course of linguistic explanation, I make a comparison between the features of western language with those of ancient Chinese language, and between western way of philosophizing and eastern way of thinking.
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