The metaphysics market3 Selling languages as soul

Rudolf P. Botha


This is the third of a series of studies in which ical conceptions of language are subver sively turned inside out. It s to be read to gether with the first two, The Metaphysics Market: 1 Merchandizing Language as Matter SPIL 20. 1989) and The Metaphysics Market: 2 Billing Language as Behavioural (= SPIL 21. 1990). I would like to Walter Winckler ting generously to the present study too. And I am grateful to e Ottermann for va e editorial assistance.

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