Ethics of Writing (SUNY Series in Contemporary Italian Philosophy)

By Carlo Sini

First English translation of Sini's very important paintings at the impression of writing and the alphabet on Western rationality.

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25. Ibid. , 113–14. 26. Ibid. , a hundred and twenty. 27. Eric Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy (Toronto: Ontario Institute for reports in schooling, 1976), 2. 28. Ibid. , 6. 29. Ibid. , forty four. 30. Ibid. , 24. 31. Ibid. , 31. 32. Ibid. , 29. 33. Ibid. , 28. 34. Havelock, the inspiration Learns to put in writing, 60. 35. Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy, forty three. 36. Havelock, the foundation Learns to jot down, 60. 37. See Enrico Montanari, Il mito dell’autoctonia. Linee di una dinamica mitico-politica ateniese (Rome: Agra, 1979). Montanari additionally underlines the parallelism among letters and atoms. 38. Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy, forty two. 158 ETHICS OF WR ITING 39. Havelock, the inspiration Learns to write down, eighty. forty. Ibid. , a hundred. forty-one. Ibid. , 112. forty two. See the research of corporeal graphemes and particularly the vocal gesture in Sini, Il silenzio e los angeles parola and, extra analytically, in Sini, Il simbolo e l’uomo. forty three. Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy, 34. forty four. Ibid. , 35, 37. forty five. See Sini, Il simbolo e l’uomo. forty six. Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy, 36. forty seven. Trans. notice: In Italian, coscienza shows either judgment of right and wrong and attention. forty eight. Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy, forty four. forty nine. Ibid. , forty six. 50. Ibid. , forty six. fifty one. at the removing of the sacred as a “removal of the animal” and the start of Galilean technology, see Sini, Passare il segno, half III. fifty two. Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy, forty nine. fifty three. Ibid. fifty four. the relationship among alphabetic writing and delivery of scientific spirit is at the moment universally admitted and starts to motivate specific inquiries. For an introductory view, see Giorgio R. Cardona, Antropologia della scrittura (Turin: Loescher, 1981). fifty five. Havelock, Origins of Western Literacy, 50. fifty six. Ibid. , eight. three. A RC HEW R I T I NG 1. See Jacques Derrida, Of Grammatology, trans. Gayatri Spivak (Baltimore: John Hopkins collage Press, 1974). Quotations are from this paintings with minor emendations. 2. Ibid. , three. three. therefore one may still learn the start of Heidegger’s Sein und Zeit just about the speculation of judgment in Plato’s Sophist: metaphysics doesn't ask what the that means of the copulative “is,” of that “being” is. it truly is actual, even if, that purely not often and swiftly has Heidegger understood in actual fact the phrases of this factor. four. Derrida, Of Grammatology, four. Trans. word: The observe “today,” on which the writer dwells, doesn't seem within the English translation. five. Ibid. , three. 6. Ibid. 7. Trans. notice: the writer is fiddling with the double that means of the time period “senso,” which in Italian skill either course and meaning/sense. eight. Derrida, Of Grammatology, three. nine. Ibid. , four. 10. Ibid. eleven. Ibid. , five. 12. at the accident among event of fact and being in mistakes, see Sini, photos of fact, half II. thirteen. Derrida, Of Grammatology, 6. 14. Ibid. , 7. 15. Ibid. , eight. NOTES 159 sixteen. Ibid. 17. Ibid. , 7. 18. See Jacques Derrida, Speech and Phenomena, trans. David Allison (Evanston, IL: Northwestern collage Press, 1973). See additionally bankruptcy 2, “Writing,” word fifty two within the current paintings. 19. Derrida, Of Grammatology, eight. 20. Ibid. 21. Ibid. , eleven. 22. at the logical factor of resemblance in Peirce and Wittgenstein, see Sini, I segni dell’anima, 213–63.

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