Philosophy of Linguistic Analysis from the Point of View of Gadamer and Wittgenstein and Its Educational Implications
Akbar Rahnama, Ghasemabadi Karami Ranjbar, Mohammad Hasan Tajdary
Today, language has become the focusof attention in philosophy. Meanwhile, the perspectives of Gadamer and Wittgenstein are of special importance where we attempt in this research to investigate the philosophy of linguistic analysis and its educational implications from their point of view. The method of information gathering and findings analysis is descriptive-analytic. In this way, the main question and problem of the research isthat what is the philosophy of linguistic analysis and its educational implications from the point of view of Gadamer and Wittgenstein? The findings imply that both Gadamer and Wittgenstein emphasized the importance of language. Gadamer considers it the requirement of human existence and Wittgenstein considers it the inevitable reality of community. Gadamer and Wittgenstein have similarity in axes such as the relation of language to Understanding, social aspects of language, linguistic play and its role.