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"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!
 
Posts: 4 | Location: wuhan,hubei province,china | Registered: April 21, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The language speaks as the ring of the silence.

Or,

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.
 
Posts: 11 | Registered: December 13, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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