イハラ トモアキ IHARA Tomoaki
文学研究科 英米文学専攻 博士前期課程
文学研究科 文学言語学専攻 博士後期課程
|標題||Wittgenstein's Argument on Aspect|
|概要||This paper deals with the issue of aspect and aspect-seeing, following Wittgenstein, to put a new light on the concept. The followings are the five points to discuss;
1) There's no aspect-free looking at things. Everything I see is always aspect-related.
2) When aspects change, what changes is not the object but the way of seeing.
3) The expression "seeing A as B" functions at a statement of grammatical rule.
4) Our communication (language-games) would be different either in a mono- or multi-aspectual situation. Whereas we can exchange our ideas on the basis of the shared meaning in a mono-aspectual situation, we have to play a language-game with diverse meanings with no guarantee of the common signification in a multi-aspectual situation.
5) As aspect-blind person would have difficulties when s/he engages in language-games in a multi-aspectual situaion, because s/he engages in language-games in a multi-aspectual situation, because s/he recognizes just one meaning (aspect) out of many.