Language and Some Aspects of The Problem of Truth, by Josef Simon
- The Experience of Truth: Gadamer on the Belonging Together of Self, World, and Language, by David W. Johnson
- Behind the Mirror, by Gérard Simon
- Perhaps—A Modality? On the Way with Heidegger to Language, by Rodolphe Gasché
- Language and the Etymological Turn of Thought, by Frank Schalow
- “The First Times” in Rousseau’s Essay on the Origin of Languages, by Victor Gourevitch
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