A Review of Dynamics of Language: Philosophy of the World of the Words

The book under review is the two volume Dynamics of the Language: Philosophy of The World of the Words. 1 As the sub-title suggests, the author’s claim that he is presenting for the first time a philosophy of the world of the words that is, the world of intelligible beings only and even so independently of intermingling metaphysical beings and our allegiances to them. In fact, this work is the third in the series of the author’s engagement with the philosophy of language and grammar. The other two being “The Central Problems of Bhartṛhari’s Philosophy” (2008) and “Language, Being and Cognition” (2012). Here we find the author developing his thoughts further as presented in his earlier writings.


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