The impact of the philosophy of logic on the philosophy of language by Bertrand Russell


  • Assistant Professor Dr. Jawad Kazem Samari University of Kufa - College of Arts
  • The teacher, Dr. Muhammad Abd al-Mahdi Salman al-Hilu General Directorate of Education of Najaf - School of Excellence in Najaf



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Russell was able to explain the concept of the philosophy of logic in the philosophy of language, by showing the structure of the proposition as a basic unit from which the language is composed, and this is what led him to distinguish between the sentence and the proposition. In it, the sentence, if judged by it, is a case, otherwise it is idle talk, then he explained the hierarchy of language, and confirmed this hierarchy through his theory of patterns and descriptions, and Russell confirmed that the theory of descriptions indicates subjectivity and specialization, and that the theory of patterns distinguishes between language And the higher language, stressing that the descriptive language may be a descriptive language at the same time.


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Samari, Jawad, and Muhammad al-Hilu. “The Impact of the Philosophy of Logic on the Philosophy of Language by Bertrand Russell”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 49, Oct. 2021, pp. 555-92, doi:10.36317/kaj/2021/v49.i1.1585.

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