The philosophy of language

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  • 1. GROUP 3 Akhmadi H.Muh.Khozin Katarina Retno Susilo RindaSekta Lonir Oscarini wati Bhakti Sri Hartono
  • 2.  A philosophy branch that relies on analyzing the use of language  Because there are many problems and concepts of philosophy that are only able to be explained by language analysis  Because the language is an important means in philosophy
  • 3.  Philosophy about language Philosophy based on the language
  • 4.  Not making a question about something Being able to explain “what can be said” and “what can not be said”
  • 5.  Criticism on the used language  Because of its opaqueness, inexplicitness, only depend on the context
  • 6.  Criticizing the use of language in philosophizing Explaining the use of language in philosophizing by analysis
  • 7.  Logical Atomism Neo positivism The Ordinary language philosophy
  • 8.  The Analytic Philosophy The Synthetic Philosophy The Hermeneutic Philosophy
  • 9. The Aspects of Language Philosophy: Anthology Epistemology Axiology
  • 10.  Consisting of Vowel and Consonant Having essential parts of language The exist language is marked by creativity in order The language structure of the culture determines what someone thinks and does
  • 11.  Verbal communication is composed of six elements:  a context (the co-text, that is, the other verbal signs in the same message, and the world in which the message takes place)  an addresser (a sender, or enunciator )  an addressee (a receiver, or enunciatee)  a contact between an addresser and addressee  a common code  a message.
  • 12. TARGET FACTOR TARGET FACTOR SOURCE FACTOR FUNCTION ANDFUNCTION 1 CONTEXT MESSAGE REFERENTIAL 2 ADDRESSER MESSGAE EMOTIVE 3 ADDSRESSEE MESSAGE CONATIVE 4 CONTACT MESSAGE PHATIC 5 CODE MESSAGE METALINGUAL 6 MESSAGE MESSAGE POETIC
  • 13.  The expressive of communication means The argumentative of communication means The expressive function The informative function The exploration function The persuasive function The entertainment function
  • 14.  The Expressive Communication Means The Argumentative Communication Means Through Language, Human can live in both real and symbolic experiences that can be stated by the language Through Language, human can give the meaning of the of his lives. Language can be the strength
  • 15.  The instrumental Function The Regulatory Function The Representational Function The Interaction Function The Personal Function The Heuristic Function The Imagination Function
  • 16.  Human can implicate his thought to his real daily life especially to find the truth Human can describe the reality Human can utter his thought and feeling to the others Human can develop the culture Human can think complexly and abstractly Human can communicate the knowledge to the others Human can think systematically and orderly Human can transform the factual subject be an abstract symbol
  • 17.  Vagueness Ambiguity Inexplicitness Context Dependent Misleadingness
  • 18.  Multifunction Inexplicitness Ambiguity Depends on the context and situation Misleadingness