The Philosophical Naturalism of the Egyptian Language: The Scripture Hieroglyphic from Plato's Cratylus
Keywords:Hieroglyphs, Writing, Language philosophy, Nominalism, Philosophical naturalism
In this study, philosophical naturalism of Plato's Cratylus and Ockham's nominalism are analyzed and correspondence with Egyptian language is established for propose why philosophical naturalism is more typical of this language. Finally, the importance to conceive the Egyptian language from naturalism is accentuated.
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