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often forgotten in discussions of music and language. However problematic the notion of immediate self-consciousness may seem, then, it at least keeps open ways of thinking about meaning and intelligibility which are not reducible to what can be said in words, and this is, of course, vital to aesthetic theory. Art as free production: ‘individual’ and ‘identical’ activity So far I have tried to show how Schleiermacher initiates a ‘linguistic turn’, but not in the manner that dominated so much analytical philosophy until the advent of the holism of Quine and Davidson

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