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Revista de filosofía

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BARCELO, Joaquín. LENGUAJE POÉTICO Y METÁFORA EN LA OBRA DE ERNESTO GRASSI. Rev. filos. [online]. 2009, vol.65, pp.143-159. ISSN 0718-4360.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-43602009000100009.

Heidegger defended the primacy of poetic language over the rational language of traditional metaphysics, though rejecting the use of metaphor in such language. His disciple Grassi, however, attached the greatest philosophical importance to metaphor, not only for the role it plays in art, technology, and human life in general, but also because everything that becomes manifest through the senses -where knowledge begins- inevitably becomes charged with passionate meanings in themselves alien to sensory representations; thus any language that expresses a reality is in essence metaphorical.

Keywords : Humanism; poetic language; metaphor; passions; sensibility; meaning.

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