Per una semantica bidimensionale e una semiotica tripolare. Il dialogo tra Bühler e Meinong, oltre Russell

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Vienna and Graz are here related because of the Austro-German philosophical context, which pulls philosophy closer to psychology and finds true pathfinders in Brentano’s psychology from an empirical standpoint and in Külpe’s psychology of thought. Written exchanges are considered: letters between Bühler and Meinong (1907-1920) and quotations and references by Bühler (esp. 1926-1934) concerning private Meinong communications and the Meinong school (Ameseder, Mally). Nevertheless, Meinong is not ready to encounter Bühler’s pivotal topic, his turning point in response to the crisis in psychology, i.e. his theory of language – the valuable sign-exchange – which unifies conflicting approaches to psychic life, and objectifies intra- and intersubjective dynamism. Meinong’s focus remains his theory of objects. Though Russell ascribes the development of his own theory of description in referential semantics to Meinong’s problematic ontology, Russell’s empiricist assumptions prohibit that «transformation of positivism» (Lindenfeld) towards semantic and ontological pluralism, which takes place in European thought, due even to Meinong.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] For a two-dimensional semantics and a tripolar semiotics. The dialogue between Bühler and Meinong, beyond Russell
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)993-1010
Numero di pagine18
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2021


  • Alexius Meinong
  • Bertrand Russell
  • Karl Bühler
  • Psicologia del pensiero
  • Psychology of Thought
  • Semantica
  • Semantics


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