"Die Sprache spricht als das Geläut der Stille."(GA12:Unterwegs zur Sprache ,Sprache)
Most Chinese scholars translate the word of"Geläut " with a chinese word which means 'pure sound".There is another chinese translation of it which refers to a traditional musical instrument ofen used in european church(a special bell which could ring continually when struck?)
I am confused between the two definitions and so it's hard for me to make clear the whole meaning of the above sentence. Please help me,thanks!
The language speaks as the ring of the silence.
The language speaks as the peal of the silence
Ring sounds better to me, but I am not sure
of Heidegger's meaning here.
What is the relationship between language
and silence --- to you?
Skip the bells and let language flow.
Yours - Daniel Fidel Ferrer.
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