Annotation:Annotationen:On the Concept of Interpretation/Hhh1jxh2ki

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Annotation of Annotationen:On_the_Concept_of_Interpretation
Annotation Comment If I am told that a mermaid is a creature with a woman’s head and torso and the tail of a fish, I need not have met such a creature in actual experience to understand the word, but I must be somewhat familiar with what is called “woman” and what is called “fish” to construct a meaning for the novel word. And if I am not told that the fish’s tail replaces the woman’s legs, I may construct a notion that is more like a fish-tailed biped than like the intended traditional mermaid. My deviant notion could then be corrected only by further interaction, i.e., by getting into situations where my conception of a creature with legs as well as a fish’s tail comes into explicit conflict with a picture or with what speakers of the language say about mermaids.
Last Modification Date 2019-10-01T17:40:06.831Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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