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And expression , by its whole innermost nature , is certainly to be understood
only as language ; on the other hand , to understand a linguistic entity it is always
necessary to ask of which mental entity it is the direct expression . That is to say ...
Mental being communicates itself in , not through , a language , which means : it
is not outwardly identical with linguistic being . Mental is identical with linguistic
being only insofar as it is capable of communication . What is communicable in a
Its linguistic being , not its verbal meanings , defines its frontier . The linguistic
being of things is their language ; this proposition , applied to man , means : the
linguistic being of man is v his language . Which signifies : man communicates
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