Annotation:Annotationen:On the Concept of Interpretation/C2rcic5sas

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Annotation of Annotationen:On_the_Concept_of_Interpretation
Annotation Comment To interpret an utterance or a written piece of language (be it a message or a text) requires something more than the construction of its conventional linguistic meaning. In fact, to interpret an utterance requires the insertion of whatever we consider its conventional meaning into a specific experiential context.
Last Modification Date 2019-10-01T18:10:18.774Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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