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Translation, Figurative Meaning, and Argument

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Unlike contemporary discussions of meaning mediaeval discussions seem not to have regarded translation as in any way problematic. This seminar will discuss the reasons for this and consider the development of the idea that meaning depends upon context and the consequences of this for thinking about translation. Part of seminary series. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. Details of seminar schedule available from http://www.phil.cam.ac.uk/news_events/medieval_philosophy.html.

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