Annotation:Annotationen:How Do We Mean A Constructivist Sketch of Semantics/Uigwach9pn

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Annotation of Annotationen:How_Do_We_Mean_A_Constructivist_Sketch_of_Semantics
Annotation Comment The point I want to stress is that from our perspective it is attention and above all its movements that generate the conceptual structures and thus the things we talk about. These items, as I said before, cannot have an existence of their own but originate through the operations of an experiencer or observer.
Last Modification Date 2019-08-21T17:13:28.094Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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