By Philip Yungkin Lee, Darell Tibbles
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Indeed at the m om ent th at is not the task a t hand. T here is however an intriguing reference to translation m ade in this work. 14 C learly the problem th at emerges here is how to understand the expression ‘the sam e’. T h ro u g h o u t the dialogue there is a 19 TRANSLATION AND THE NATURE OF PHILOSOPHY recognition of the differences betw een the two languages and hence the problem of translating betw een them . H ow ever the dialogue is centered around the possibility of a com m onality.
T he intriguing thing abo u t the distinction betw een the w ord as sign and the word as containing a reality is th a t it m arks the presence of two different sem antic economies. T he sem antic economy at play in the conception o f w ord as containing and in some sense expressing a reality (where of course the reality in question has neither the status o f a lexeme nor of a signified) is internally regulated. It engenders a complex conception of sem antic identity. Identity dem ands th at the reality o f the w ord be shown.
T he essence, as has been indicated, is not to be understood as the universal. In the sam e way selfsameness is not to be understood as, for example, a Platonic form. A nd finally the unchangeable is not to be understood in term s of the tem porality th at could be attrib u ted to the Platonic form. W h at H eidegger is offering is a possibility of thinking these term s in a way th at differs from the conventional and repetitive m etaphysical determ inations. U sing the distinction th at has been draw n before betw een the word as sign or lexeme and th a t w hich is expressed in the w ord, the m etaphysical presentation becomes the lexical elem ent in the word and the essential is th at which is expressed in it.
250 Essential Chinese Characters (Volume 2, Revised Edition) by Philip Yungkin Lee, Darell Tibbles