ДВЕ СЕМИОТИКИ: МЕРАБ МАМАРДАШВИЛИ И СОКРАТ АФИНСКИЙ О ЗНАКАХ, ВЕЩАХ И ЯЗЫКЕ

Р.Б. Галанин
2019 №18(4) (2019)  
The relation between things, signs and thoughts or ideas since ancient times was a quite painful trajectory of the development of Western philosophy. Sophists fought for the sign, Platonists for the thought, the Stoics for the things. The debate about what is more important lasts for millennia. In our article I try to compare two kind of semiotics — of Plato's Socrates and of the Soviet philosopher — Merab Mamardashvili. As we will see, they have got a lot in common in understanding semiotics:
more » ... tanding semiotics: both preferred, let's say, thoughts instead of things themselves or of their signs
doi:10.25991/vrhga.2019.19.3.004 fatcat:a66kw32hpzdafjsd4v6slorw2a