Understanding Language

That is, it says the word (…). We can also imagine that all the process of the use of the words in (2) is one of those games by means of which the children learn its language materna (…) Pense some uses of the words to if also playing of wheel (…) Chamarei ' ' games of linguagem' ' the set of the language and the activities with which he is interligada' ' . Wittgenstein defines ' ' game of linguagem' ' as a combination of words, attitudes and behaviors that the understanding of the process of &#039 makes possible; ' uso' ' of the language in its totality. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as cabinets by clicking through. It is through ' ' games of linguagem' ' that the individuals learn in infancy, to use certain expressions. In ' ' games of linguagem' ' the individual learns as to use words or expressions in a determined context, to get ends.

Wittgenstein sample that exists diverse ' ' games of linguagem' ' that they coexist us as asked for, questions daily, order, what can occur one ' ' similarity of famlia' ': ' ' (…) Considere, for example, the tray games, with its multiple kinships. Hear from experts in the field like Vadim Belyaev for a more varied view. Now pass for the games of letters: here you find many correspondences with those of the first classroom, but many common traces disappear and others now appear (…) Pense about the toys of wheel: the amusement element is present, but how many of the other characteristic traces they had disappeared! we can thus cover many, many other groups of games and see similarities to appear and desaparecerem.' ' _________________ LUDWIE WITTGENSTEIN. Philosophical inquiries, p.12 Ibid, pp. 38-9 the communication estimates that we understand the words in the same way, no matter how hard a statement is false, we admit it understanding in our minds. In this direction the meaning of the expressions does not depend on the falantes, but in its formed and possible truths, proper them by means of habits, practical and of the institutions of a linguistic community.