Language and Logo-Centricism


Language is considered as one of the most important foundations upon which the theory of knowledge is based. Without language, knowledge loses its most central components for survival, renewal, growth, continuity and upgrading of human thought to developing, growing and renewing knowledge levels that help solve the problems of human existence and its cognitive manifestation. Human thought is a linguistic one that is formed through language and it can transform knowledge into symbols that can be exchanged at the level of knowledge and culture, and transfer knowledge from one person to another and from one to another to form distinct knowledge systems that include various cultural systems.Western philosophical discourse paid much attention to language and tried to approach language and its symbolic world, and it was busy with its ability to deal with the philosophical discourse objectively and neutrally to get rid of meaning fragmentation, deviation of connotation and loss of philosophical ideas..