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A Potential Uralic Philosophy

Kádár:A Potential Uralic Philosophy
Autor: György Kádár
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ISBN / EAN: 9783659877490

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  • ISBN / EAN: 9783659877490
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The Finno-Ugric peoples constitute the second largest language group in Europe. It has long been established that individual languages result in different ways of thinking and looking at the world, indeed, even different philosophies. It is a little unusual, that Finno-Ugric linguistics has over one hundred years of history, but few have asked whether the mentality of the Finno-Ugric peoples really does differ from that of the speakers of, for instance, the Indo-European languages, and if so, how. Following in the footsteps of Sándor Karácsony and Gábor Lük_, Kádár seeks the answer to this question in his collection of studies included in this volume. He examines the question primarily in comparison with the Indo-European peoples, so the volume contains much to interest the Indo-European language speaking reader too. With regard to their topics, the studies in the volume cover works on the subjects of linguistic philosophy, art theory and education, even extending to musicology. The foreword to the book was written by Aleksandra Seldyukova, Mari (Cheremis) born linguist of the Moscow Academy of Sciences, and the epilogue by Estonian philosopher, linguist and poet, Jaan Kaplinski.

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