Questions on Method and Language
Edited By Maria Filomena Molder, Diana Soeiro and Nuno Fonseca
l i s b on p h i lo s op h i c a l s t u d i e s uses o f language in in te rd i sc ip l inary f ie lds Morphology Questions on Method and Language Maria Filomena Molder, Diana Soeiro and Nuno Fonseca (eds) Pe te r L an g Johann Wolfgang von Goethe has described Morphology as a science dedi- cated to the observation and description of everything “that is handled by chance and occasionally in other [sciences]”. This meant that morphologi- cal research could be undertaken by any science or discipline as far as it considers form within its subject. This volume collects eighteen articles from scholars and contributors from philosophy, ranging from epistemology to aesthetics (with explorations into poetry, music, painting and photography), from philosophical anthropology to the philosophy of language, and from ontology to moral and political philosophy. Other contributions represent disciplines including art history, mathematics, cognitive science, linguistics, history, demography, computer science, and architecture. The wide range of areas puts to the test Goethe’s morphological thought, i.e. Goethe’s un- derstanding of form as knowledge. Contributors: Ana Agud, Chiara Cappel- letto, Dennis L. Sepper, Diana Soeiro, Diogo Seixas Lopes, Federico Vercel- lone, Hervé Le Bras, Javier Arnaldo, Jean Petitot, Joachim Schulte, José Gil, Maria Filomena Molder, Maria João Mayer Branco, Maurizio Gribaudi, Nélio Conceição, Nuno Fonseca, Sílvio Varela Sousa. Maria Filomena Molder is Full Professor of Philosophy at Universidade Nova de Lisboa....
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