Linguistic Finitude as Capability in Borges and Wittgenstein
The article applies the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein to examine the use of language in the writings of Jorge Luis Borges. It discusses the dichotomy between the failure of language as expressed by Borges or his fictional narrators and the achievement of language used in his writings. The author explores elements of Wittgenstein's philosophy of language and epistemology he feels are vital to understanding Borges' mastery of its creative use.
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Sharkey, E. J., "Linguistic Finitude as Capability in Borges and Wittgenstein" (2007). SIAS Faculty Publications. 221.
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