A concept of communicative philosophy and transcendental pragmatics
We continue to publish the materials of the seminars "Ukrainian translation of the terminology of German humanities", which take place with the support of the Goethe-Institut in Kyiv. In this issue, we present the material of the seminar devoted to the problems of translation from German to Ukrainian terminology of communicative philosophy and transcendental pragmatics. Moderated seminar Vakhtang Kebuladze. The invited expert was Anatoly Yermolenko.
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Kebuladze, V., & Yermolenko, A. (2018). A concept of communicative philosophy and transcendental pragmatics. Filosofska Dumka, (4), 126–129. Retrieved from https://dumka.philosophy.ua/index.php/fd/article/view/298
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