Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Use, philosophy: words are used to mention something. The distinction use/mention is important in the philosophy of language because words or phrases in turn may be mentioned, as in a quote or a correction. Within logical formulas parts are used, others are mentioned. See also mentioning, use theory, meaning, meaning theory, language, quote/disquotation, quotation marks, quasi-quotation, object language, metalanguage.

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Knowledge/Heidegger: usage knowledge (stuff: things in usage knowledge). Use is deeper than manufacturing.

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Martin Heidegger
Sein und Zeit Berlin 2006

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2018-03-24